Tron and Alibaba, New Sources Confirm the Partnership

A few days ago it has been said that it could be a fake news (you know, these days better be careful) but today new confirmations arrive on the possible collaboration between Tron and Alibaba.

Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba and Justin Sun, the founder of Tron have known each other for some time and apparently signed an agreement not yet made public.

According to some rumors, in fact, an official announcement would be coming from Alibaba that would concern a partnership with Tron. The source, unfortunately, is anonymous, but this is what it says:

“As soon as Tron’s Mainnet is online I expect Justin [Sun] to take another step forward and make the partnership already agreed with Alibaba public. And let me clarify: the agreement has already been made, but Alibaba has waited for the launch of the Mainnet in order to solve the problems they have in accepting cryptocurrencies “.

The same source continues saying:

“Another aspect of this announcement is that we think that Jack [Ma] is about to make sure that TRX is added to some high profile exchanges after the announcement has been made public.”

According to what is stated by The ICO Journal, this source would be internal to the same Tron team.

At this time there is no guarantee that they are reliable but, as we know, financial markets often like the same indiscretions.

If this partnership were to become reality, then the largest online marketplace in the world would be about to accept cryptocurrency payments.

In fact, we recall that Alibaba Group also owns the Taobao, Tmall and Aliexpress marketplaces, as well as the Alipay payment platform.

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