This weekend, the head of Tron and BitTorrent Justin Sun spread the word on his Twitter page that he would be conducting a live stream on Periscope for the Tron community, answer their questions and talk about the recent Tron’s updates, as well as discuss Tron’s plans for the end of the year. The event was meant to take place on September 24.
Today, Justin Sun tweeted that the live stream is to be postponed to a different time.
Justin Sun to go on the air
At the weekend, U.Today reported that the Tron’s founder Justin Sun shared some info about the new staking plan for Tron users and partners on Twitter.
Later on that day, Saturday 21, he announced an upcoming live stream on Periscope that would take place on Tuesday, 24 September.
In today’s tweet, Sun has updated the community, saying that the live stream would be conducted on the same day but different time, for the convenience of the Tron’s US and European Tron supporters.
📢📢📢UPDATE: Livestream time changed for our European and America Community!— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) September 23, 2019
We've decided to push my @PeriscopeCo livestream forward to Tuesday, 9/24 at 11:00 am (PDT) to better serve our communities in Europe and America! #TRON #TRX $TRX pic.twitter.com/y7qgte5Hat
BitTorrent’s BLive accessible for invite-only trials
On Sunday, the team of the BitTorrent Live (BLive) app for live streamers launched invite-only trials and says they can accept only 5,000 participants so far to help them test the platform. The team wants to collect customer feedback and eliminate any bugs users can find.
BLive will be accessible both on Android and iOS.
To take part in trials, users are required to have an account on Google along with a gmail one or an account on G Suite as an alternative.