Eagle, Idaho (July 8, 2021) – TRON Group, Inc. (OTC: TGRP), a global holding company specializing in technology investments, announced today the acquisition of Digital Engineering Corporation (“DEC”), an established Hong Kong-based technology R&D and engineering firm. The acquisition will allow TRON to move day-to-day management of the Company’s technology portfolio to the seasoned engineering team of DEC. In addition, TRON will be able to absorb DEC’s current R&D effort in the fields of cryptocurrency, digital wallet security, and data mining optimization.
About TRON Group Inc.
TRON Group Inc. is a holding company acquiring operating companies and assets in growing industries. The company’s intent is to grow them by providing management and technical support under its public company umbrella.
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Jacob Nguyen, CEO
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