Measures absolute and relative price fluctuations over several time frames and other variables.
Calculates returns in comparison to moving averages and other factors.
Measures the ability to scale, upgrade and other technological weaknesses or strengths.
Evaluates public acceptance, participation of developers and other key factors.
Before investing in TRON you will want to check out the TRON Roadmap. There are six phases that TRON has outlined for its business plan to supply the demand of those in search of online entertainment. This Roadmap seems far distant which increases the risk of investing in this company.
People who are thinking about investing into TRON should be thinking of keeping their money invested for a long period of time. TRON provides a promising vision for the future but they have yet to provide a working product.
The TRON blockchain operates using a Proof of Repetition or “PoRep” algorithm (rather than proof-of-work or proof-of-stake, which are used by most blockchain projects). PoRep is similar to proof-of-work, but rather than mining a currency through block creation, it measures how much of your storage space you’re contributing to the TRON network for distributed storage. Judging by the current TRON market cap this method seems to be working well.
Due to the slow development cycle, TRON is left vulnerable to be beaten to the punch by a competitor. The market cap of TRON, however, is swinging in TRON’s favor over any incoming competition.
TRON is full of young leadership. It’s promising yet risky. TRON’s vision for the future includes a “new internet” that offers distributed content storage and a better way of handling content publishing and consumption. It is known that a “new internet” will emerge at some point but will TRON be the one who leads the banner is yet to be known.