Here Is What To Expect After Tron’s (TRX) MainNet Launch
All the anticipation and Buzz surrounding the Tron (TRX) MainNet launch is exciting and a welcome event away from the current crypto market performance that have left most traders and HODLers with the proverbial heartburn.
The Tron MainNet Launch is officially less than a week away and exactly 6 Days, 10 Minutes, 36 Minutes and 12 Seconds away. The countdown is live on the Tron Website, along with very welcome new features on the project’s redesigned website.
One thing the Tron Team can be applauded for, is their constant communication with regards to the project. It is with this self evident tradition of the team, that they have provided a guideline to users as to what to expect once the MainNet goes live.
To begin with and on the 31st of May, there will be a complete MainNet function testing and wallet product testing. There will also be a complete blockchain explorer testing on the same day.
The MainNet will then undergo rigorous testing from the 1st of June to the 24th of the same month. Users will also get test tokens from designated links to test on the MainNet’s Tron Wallet during the same period. The final MainNet testing will be complete by midnight, June 24th.
The Genesis Block will then launch on June 25th at midnight, UTC + 8.
Before the Genesis block is launched, there will be the token migration between the 21st and 24th of June and users are advised to transfer their tokens to the numerous exchanges supporting the migration to avoid any delays. Super Representative candidates will have express migration to ensure a swift application process in preparation for the S.R elections on the 26th of June.
TRX deposits and withdrawals in exchanges will be suspended on the 25th of June and will resume on the 26th of June in time for the Super Representative Elections.
In a nutshell, the TRON foundation has done a good job communicating the events that will proceed after the MainNet launch. This information is available on their medium page. Similar updates have been provided to developers and exchanges.