SEED Listing on TRON DEX to be Removed?
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SEED Listing on TRON DEX to be Removed?

In a recent Medium article, Sesameseed talked about how there is quite a potential for the SEED/TRX pair to be removed from TRON DEX.

Also Read: TRON Answers Questions About Project Atlas

Talking about SEED’s time on TRON DEX and the new liquidity and listing requirements, the article said:

“In the past few weeks, the Sesameseed community has enjoyed the first listing of SEED token on an Decentralized Exchange, the Tronscan DEX.
We have been in contact with the TRON team regarding the SEED token listing on this Bancor-style exchange. Based on feedback gathered from the TRON community, TRON has announced new liquidity and listing requirements for pairings to be listed on Tronscan.”

Talking about the unavailability of funds for the listing, the article said:

“As has been discussed in our Telegram channels, no Sesameseed funds were used to provide the required liquidity pool in the current TRX/SEED listing pair. The current pairing on the DEX was funded by the Sesameseed team using personal funds, in the interest of allowing our community access to another option to trade SEED. The recently released listing and liquidity requirements for the DEX will require an amount of TRX and SEED not available through that current funding method.”

Talking about its unique token model and the likeliness of the trading pair, the article said:

“Sesameseed has a unique token model which has allowed us to provide the community a SEED token with great utility. Part of that model requires every SEED in circulation to be backed 1:1 with TRX. Locking up the amount of TRX and SEED tokens required to list a TRX/SEED pairing on the DEX is not consistent with Sesameseed’s model. One of the primary considerations would be any TRX locked in this pairing would not be eligible to vote causing the number of votes per SEED to decrease, reducing the voting rewards per SEED to our community. This is one of several reasons why Sesameseed has decided not to provide TRX and SEED to maintain the TRX/SEED pairing on the Tronscan DEX. Our expectation is that as a result of this decision, the TRON DEX will likely remove the current TRX/SEED pairing. We do not know when this may happen.”

Appreciating TRON, the article said:

“It is important to remember the TRON ecosystem is just getting started and evolution is not only to be expected, but it is healthy. We support TRON in their effort to make the TRON DEX the best project it can be.
All other available trading methods for SEED should not be affected by this event.”

In conclusion, the article said:

“Lastly, it is important to note that the Tronscan DEX utilizes the network layer of the Bancor listing. This same listing can be referenced by any other exchange that utilizes this network layer, as several exchanges do today, these would be unaffected by any decisions made by Tronscan.”

TRON recently answered a few of TNW’s questions pertaining to Project Atlas. One of the questions and the answer to that question was:

TNW: How is TRON going to ensure its network stays decentralized, while also welcoming millions of new users?
TRON: Decentralization is at the core of what TRON and BitTorrent are about. We have teams around the world who understand this is priority one, and who are working to maintain the same great standards both companies have been known for. On the technical side, we use Designated Proof of Stake (DPoS) that allows users and superdelegates to monitor the community regardless of size so that it stays decentralized. We welcome more individuals and companies to join the network governance and together accelerate the decentralization of the internet. New programs like TRON Accelerator, a $1 million USD developer program, will also ensure that the network stays decentralized and open to innovation coming from the developer community.”

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Syed Ali Mudassar
It was when he was pursuing his graduation in Computer Science that he found his flair for writing about new and existing technologies. He likes researching about technologies and how they could help people. Currently, he works as the Content Manager at CoinFrenzy, a leading blockchain news, and media publication website.