Mass adoption has been the cryptocurrency market’s key focus area for quite some time, with several proponents of the space reiterating the same as well. The most vocal luminaries of the cryptosphere have been Justin Sun, the CEO of the Tron Foundation, and Vitalik Buterin, the Co-founder of Ethereum.
In a video uploaded by CNBC’s Cryptotrader, Ran NeuNer spoke about the Token 2049 conference that included seminars by Justin Sun, as well as Vitalik Buterin. Justin Sun spoke not only about the organisation’s plans to bring more users to its fold, but also about the Foundation’s future. The Tron CEO talked about his ongoing tussle with Vitalik Buterin, candidly admitting that the arguments between the two have produced good developments for the space. In his words,
“The competition between the both of us is for the good of the space. We have also noticed that only good progress comes out of our talks.”
Sun also revealed that the Tron Foundation had roped in 5000 developers this year, with many more in the pipeline. He was asked whether his company’s multiple updates was a marketing ploy, to which Justin Sun replied that it was not the case. He said,
“The Tron blockchain has a better department, is faster and has a lot more users compared to the OMNI blockchain. You also have to understand that the transactions on the Tron blockchain are free.”
Admitting that mass adoption was a challenge, Sun said that the arrival of BitTorrent was a major boost with its user base of more than a 100 million active users. According to Sun, the 100 million users in the BitTorrent ecosystem have been integrated into the Tron ecosystem. The Tron Foundation official added,
“It is not just the number of user but it is also about the core developments that is happening in Tron. We have real TPS and real transactions with 3-5 DApps coming into the Tron blockchain everyday.”
Tron’s DApp development was also elaborated about in the Tron weekly report recently, which said that the market favoured gambling apps, and the ROI Apps, a high risk application.
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