Justin Sun Announces Ambitious Tron Goal

Announcing yesterday that Tron (TRX) and other ecosystem tokens will be accepted as legal tender by a major country as a flash development, founder Justin Sun further expanded this claim in his statement today.

Justin Sun said that he aims at least five countries to make Tron a legal tender within 2023:

“My goal for 2023 is to get 5 countries to adopt TRX as legal tender. By 2023, I hope TRX will be widely accepted and used as legal tender in at least 5 countries, and this is just the beginning of wider adoption of cryptocurrencies in general. “It’s an ambitious goal, but with hard work and dedication, I’m confident we can make it a reality. Together, we can pave the way for wider acceptance and use of cryptocurrencies as legal tender.”

In addition, Sun argued that crypto users should not focus on the USA, the rest of the world is much more crowded:

“As we work towards the adoption of TRX as a legal tender, let’s not be too US-centric. US regulation is important, but we must focus on the 8 billion people around the world. The US is just one country and not the only one, though a major player in the crypto world.

If 7.7 billion people around the world adopt crypto as a legal tender, I believe 300 million people in the US will eventually follow suit.

We must work on a global scale, partnering with and educating governments and businesses in countries around the world. Crypto has the potential to be a powerful tool for financial inclusion and improving the lives of people in every corner of the world.

Adopting crypto as a legal tender is not just about facilitating the buying and selling of goods and services, it’s also about giving people more control over their own financial futures. Let’s work together to create a more inclusive and equitable future for all.

I am excited to see what the future holds for crypto as a legal payment medium and its potential impact on the world. Let’s not limit ourselves to just one country, let’s target the world!”

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