- Justin Sun to pay 1 million TRX to a Tron troll
- Twitter user demands that Tron should pay its unofficial promoters
- Biggest digital asset promoter running for president
Tron News Today –Tron has entered the limelight again after CEO Justin Sun offered to pay a whopping 1 million TRX to a Tron troll. The so-called Tron troll alleges that because Ethereum pays its trolls openly quarterly every year, that Tron must do the same. The user behind this is Udi Wertheimer. Wertheimer is a Bitcoin proponent and co-host on the Reckless Review podcast. He made the claims in a recent Twitter post. According to the user, Sun hasn’t given him any rewards for his actions. Claiming he shilled Tron and helped build its reputation on crypto Twitter. In end, Sun had to bulge to his remarks.
Tron Should Pay its Unofficial Promoters Like Ethereum Does
According to Wertheimer, Ethereum and ConsenSys usually compensate their trolls per quarter. Paying $70,000 every quarter in total. Sun quickly responded to the post that he would pay 1 million TRX to the Twitter user if he sent his wallet address to Sun’s DM.
Consensys and the Ethereum Foundation are openly spending like $70,000 to compensate ETH twitter trolls every quarter. I’m doing a *much* better job for Tron and I’m paid much less.
It’s unjust, Justin! Unjust!https://t.co/PCAUn75V2I
— Udi Wertheimer (@udiWertheimer) January 12, 2020
Additionally, in the comment session, Wertheimer calls Sun his friend, that’s why he agreed to collect 1 million TRX for his role that he usually charges more than that figure. At this point, sarcasm found its way into the picture. But knowing Sun’s SMM tactics (an example was the Warren Buffet lunch), it could be that the dialogue was set up to make Tron the center of attention once again.
Most Prominent Crypto Promoter Running for President
The art of shilling coins has spread seriously on crypto Twitter. John McAfee the biggest crypto promoter who gave up his job is now running for the presidency. Two years ago and earlier than that, McAfee shilled a large amount of coins and covered one ‘coin of the day’ on Twitter. One of his favorite tokens at the time was Docademic (MTC). McAfee is alleged to have a large stash of MTC. McAfee also initiated a conflict with HitBTC exchange over MTC.
During his coin promotion campaigns, the market saw what was called the McAfee effect. Whenever the crypto mogul would talk about any crypto or call it a champion, its price will begin to surge higher shortly after. The community will start to buy it, thus pushing its price up. Eventually, McAfee stopped promoting digital assets and ICOs when the SEC started a crackdown on the asset class. The federal regulator demanded that McAfee stopped his work as a promoter. At the time McAfee alleged that he received threats from the SEC.