Tron kicked off 2019 by hosting niTROn summit. The event brings together various guest speakers, blockchain developers, crypto enthusiasts and more and its main goal is to provide an opportunity for them to share ideas and better understand the blockchain industry. It’s also about creating new opportunities for investors and entrepreneurs who are attending the event.
Marcus Zhao, head of the Tron public chain, reported on the latest developments and future plans of Tron. He said that Tron
“will listen to the community to achieve the decentralization of developing a team and attract more developers to join us.”
According to Justin Sun, there would be more than 2000 DApps in the market in 2019. The network has always been a very good platform for DApps. Back when Ethereum’s hard fork coordinator, Afri Schoedon, cautioned Ethereum developers from deploying DApps on the cryptocurrency’s network due to its exhausting capacity, Sun was quick to respond with an invitation for the developers to deploy their DApps on the TRON network.
Li Cong, the head of the TRON developer community talked about how the network is helping developers jump on their blockchain journeys. TRON is not only a protocol but is also a platform and ecosystem. With 145 DApps, and more than 3,000 developers, the network, he said, would soon surpass EOS in all regards.
Earlier this month, BitcoinExchangeGuide had reported how Ethereum’s dApp domination is likely to be challenged by Tron. Tron’s Virtual Machine has recorded impressive adoption numbers in recent months, proving that it has the potential to overtake Ethereum over time.