It looks like TRON will really be supported by Liquid Network. Justin Sun himself revealed it with a tweet.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) February 10, 2020
In recent days, Adam Back had published a Twitter post in which he endorsed Justin Sun and the TRON blockchain, but it seemed something ironic and aimed primarily to discredit Ethereum. Instead, it seems to be all true and that TRON will actually make its way on Liquid Network with the help of Back, CEO of Blockstream and creator of Liquid.
The post was shared during The Satoshi Roundtable conference that took place a few days ago (February 7-10, to be precise) in North America.
And so it seems that the two of them are willing to do anything to defeat their greatest rival, Ethereum, making Back abandon his bitcoin maximalist beliefs, perhaps to support what he believes to be the lesser evil, namely Tron.
Clearly, such statements do not lack the criticism of those who say it’s all a troll or those who criticize the bitcoin maximalist for changing his position.
In the meantime, Justin Sun, having made his debut in the world of social media and YouTube just this week, has published a video in which he compares 2018 with 2019, explaining that the addresses on his blockchain are now 4.3 million, 4 times more than in 2018. In addition, the TRX cryptocurrency is now listed on over 180 exchanges, which is 100 more than in 2018, counting more than 300 different trading pairs on the various platforms.
A few days ago Justin Sun, who we now know to be a real frontman and marketing expert, finally had his dinner with Warren Buffett, which was a few days after lunch with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.