Here comes the final result of the latest tug of war between the TRON and Ethereum ecosystem and TRON has once again emerged the winner.
On the heel of the imminent launch of Ethereum 2.0 that seems to be taking longer than ever, American-Chinese entrepreneur Justin Sun announced the emergence of TRON 4.0, but observers have said the founder of TRON project is only trying to compete with Ethereum, adding that he might update a bogus update for his project.
Rather than denying the fact that TRON 4.0 would be a competitor to Ethereum 2.0, Justin Sun however listed some of the key features that would be found on the upgrade; “Privacy, blockchain interoperability, high scalability, and enterprise applications”.
The CEO then asked the crypto community which is better between Ethereum 2.0 and TRON 4.0. Sun, on May 23, sought to know people’s perception about Ethereum and TRON, launching a poll “TRON 4.0 vs. Ethereum 2.0!.”
The poll result is out with 102,618 votes, 677 retweets, and 1.2K likes. TRON 4.0 emerged the winner with 51.9% votes against Ethereum 2.0 which had 48.1% votes.
The habitual opprobrium against Justin Sun stirred up again after the result of the poll that lasted more than 72 hours. The result caused controversies as some hoped TRON 4.0 could never win the poll, hence Justin sun only bought his way to win.
Respected analyst Josh Rager was among Justin Sun’s critic this time. He lampooned Justin Sun with a mockery “congrats” message.
Rager alleged that TRON 4.0 was only able to surpasses Ethereum 2.0 after the CEO bought over 30,000 votes to secure the spot. Often times the millennial entrepreneur have been alleged of buying votes, including his Twitter followers.
Rager Explained Alleged Justin Sun’s Vote-Buying Technique
Market expert Rager’s verdict about the poll was questioned by a TRON follower who claimed his statement has no proof.
Rager then explained that when the poll had around 20,000 Votes, Ethereum was ahead of TRON with a wide margin of 72% to 28%. He furthered that all of a sudden, around 50,000 votes came in for TRON and TRON 4.0 took the lead by a substantial amount.