Binance has reduced the network withdrawal fee for TRON (TRX), to 1 USD

Key Points: Following comments from the community Binance decided on February 11th to reinstate the charge. He also agreed to work with TRON in order to find a solution.
Proposal 83 describes a dynamic energy model which raises transaction costs for illiquid project but has no effect on other decentralized apps (dApps).
Binance made a statement yesterday afternoon stating that the TRON network withdrawal fees on Binance exchange would increase from 1 USD to 2.6 USD on Tuesday, February 10. Following comments from the community, Binance decided to reinstate the fee and work with TRON on a solution. Binance yesterday afternoon stated that the withdrawal fee on the TRON network (TRX) exchange will increase from 1 to 2.6 USD on February 10. This was in response to community comments. Binance decided on Tuesday evening to reinstate the charge and work with TRON to find a solution. The USDT – USDC- – TUSD withdrawal fee has been increased from 1 to 2 USD. The USD 0.8 withdrawal fee has been increased to USD 2.2. Customers will need to spend 15 TRX rather than 1 TRX in order to withdraw TRX. Binance also informed users five days ago about the maintenance that would be performed on the Binance TRON wallet. The potential impact of the TRON withdrawal fee change could have a significant impact on the number tokens traded on this network. The price of one TRX token currently sits at $0.063, after experiencing a slight decrease over the past twenty-four hour. Binance also announced yesterday that it will incorporate the zk-SNARKs technology in the Proof of Reserves asset verification platform. This decision was made in response to a recommendation by Vitalik Buterin, the founder of Ethereum. This decision was taken in response to a recommendation by Vitalik Buterin (the founder of Ethereum). We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: NewsTags: BinancecryptomarketpriceTRONTRX