I'm a little confused about something relating to Tron addresses (and Ethereum addresses too I suppose). From what I've read, an Ethereum address should only be used once, and you can generate new addresses from your public key each time you want to make a transaction.
First, is the same true with Tron? Second, the address that most wallet apps like TronLink gives is just one of the addresses that can be generated from the public key, yes? Maybe I misread and that's only for Bitcoin.
I guess related to that question, I'm looking to create unique payment addresses from a single public key, so that I can accept payments and make sure that they're linked to a single user.
via The TRON Community on Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/Tronix/comments/foyerz/unique_addresses/
TRONIX is a MainNet token based on the TRON Protocol issued by TRON Foundation, known as TRX. TRX is the basic unit of accounts on the TRON blockchain. The value of all other tokens derives from that of TRON. TRX is also a natural medium currency for all TRC-based tokens.