The TRON token migration is set to launch on June 21st, 2018.
The majority of exchanges that trade TRX are prepared for the technical components of the ERC20 TRX to TRX migration.
TRON will gain full independence from the Ethereum network on June 25th, when the TRX tokens are fully switched over to the freshly released TRON blockchain.
"TRON main net will officially become independent on June 25, 2018, Singapore time. In light of main net updates and TRX migration, ERC20 services for TRON Official Website will be discontinued ERC20 withdrawal services for TRON Official Website will end on June 22, 2018, 12:00 Singapore time."
All ERC20 TRX tokens need to be moved to an exchange by June 21st in order to be exchanged for the new TRX token, but as most of the cryptocurrency exchanges operate in Asia, so moving them beforehand might make sense.
If you miss the deadline there is still an option to contact TRON via email with your token balance to assist you with the migration.
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TRON Token Migration Notice
Published on Jun 20, 2018
by Cryptoslate | Published on Coinage
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