TRON on the way up, while ETH is going down Tuesday, 7 Jun 2022 11:00 pm
The crypto sector is still experiencing significant losses, and these have seriously affected DeFi staking in particular. Ethereum blockchain, the largest out there, has experienced a decrease of 35% in DeFi staking. Other major blockchains, including Solana, Binance, and Polygon have also experienced declines ranging from 27% to 38%. Although many blockchains have shrunk since the year started, Tron has set itself apart by increasing its total value locked by 47% month over month in May. As of May, its... Read the full newsflash
The buying opportunities for TRON (TRX) investors Wednesday, 4 May 2022 4:05 pm
The TRX bulls have been brutally defending the $0.057 and $0.062 levels. The cyan box covering the $0.062 area showcases a bearish order block from mid-February. The Tron coin alternates between bulls and bears. In mid-April, it was back to the hands of the bulls. If TRX should maintain its bullish structure, it must defend the $0.057 and $0.062 levels in the following days and weeks. Fibonacci re... Read the full newsflash
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