TRON’s Revenue in Q4 2022 Reached Nearly $48 million, 25% More Than QoQ

Key Points:TRON’s Q4 2022 revenue will be US$47.96million, an increase of 25% over the previous 3rd Quarter.
Despite the fact that FTX collapsed, TRON still achieved positive results.
Justin Sun, the founder of TRX, also hopes to make TRX legal tender for five countries by 2023.
Despite the market volatility, TRON’s revenue in the last quarter of 2022 recorded a 25% increase from the previous quarter and achieved many notable achievements.According to figures provided by Messari, the decentralized digital platform Tron posted revenue of $47.9 million in the last quarter of 2022, up 25% from the third quarter.The Justin Sun-led platform generated nearly $48 million in revenue during that period, 25% more than in Q3. Q2 2022 was the most productive quarter with a profit $48.5 million. The once-famous FTX disaster added to the drama, causing a market collapse and undermining industry reputation. At the same time, new users increased and network activity also increased. The average daily active addresses increased from 2.6 million to 3.1 million in Q3 last year, while the average daily transaction volume was 6.5 million (5.3million in the previous quarter). Justin Sun, the founder of TRON, is more confident that TRX will be legal tender in five countries by 2023 after achieving many impressive achievements. Justin Sun, the founder of TRON, is more confident about making TRX legal tender in 5 countries by 2023 after achieving many admirable achievements. The market for TRON is worth more than $5 trillion. It is showing signs of momentum with the development of several decentralized apps (dApps), and the acquisitions of assets (like BitTorrent). We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: NewsTags: # Cryptocurrencies#MarketsBlockchaincryptoJustin sunTRONTRON’s Revenue