Tron TRX Justin Sun Wants USDT To Surpass Ethereum by Q2 2019

Justin Sun, the CEO and founder of Tron (TRX), is notorious for fueling hype around his crypto projects through uber-bullish tweets and bold claims and statements.

In his latest hype-generating tweet, Sun claims that Tron already occupies 2% of the total Tether (USDT) supply, and will surpass Ethereum’s 10% USDT supply in Q2 2019. Ending the tweet on a very bullish note, Sun stated that Tron will reach 50% of USDT in 2019.

Will Tron’s USDT Surpass Ethereum’s USDT by Q2 2019?

Sun is exuberant over the accomplishments of the Tron-Tether collaboration, which led to the launch of the USDT stablecoin on Tron’s blockchain on April 17. While Sun gets easily excited over any development with Tron, the Tron-Tether collaboration is actually proving to be quite successful.

Just 5 days after the launch of USDT tokens on the Tron blockchain, they have already occupied 2% of the total supply (50 million out of 2.5 billion USDT). This actually is quite an accomplishment, as the USDT supply on Ethereum is just 10% of the total supply.

If Tron manages to maintain this high level of USDT, adoption the Tron-USDT supply may very well increase 5x to reach 10% by the end of Q2 2019, overtaking USDT-Ethereum.

If Tron does manage to surpass Ethereum’s total supply of USDT by Q2 2019, Sun’s ambitious goal to reach 50% of the USDT supply by the end of 2019 may not be that far off.

Do you think Tron will surpass Ethereum’s USDT supply by Q2 2019 and obtain 50% of USDT by the end of the year? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.


  • Many WTFs
    Posted April 23, 2019 3:46 pm 0Likes

    I can’t think of a more useless crypto than a tether.
    Why not just store dollar bills ?
    It is gets bigger than ETH, the revolution is finished.

  • Justin Son
    Posted April 25, 2019 1:11 am 0Likes

    Justin can easily beat Ethereum.
    USDT on the Tron blockchain is so advanced that no user can deny it.

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