Blockmason Link Adds Smart Contract Support for TRON Blockchain to Ease TRX dApp Development
Blockmason has confirmed the addition of the TRON blockchain to assist them in developing their Link platform. As a result, developers who are building solutions on top of the TRON network will have access to the Link platform that speeds up the deployment of such apps. Also, Link reduces the cost of development by a significant margin.
We're excited to support and accelerate DApp developers on the #TRON blockchain! TRON is coming to @BlockmasonLink in 2019.@Tronfoundation @justinsuntron https://t.co/EPDlRLBcaq pic.twitter.com/GkzRptBoPR
— Blockmason (@blockmasonio) February 26, 2019
Essentially, Link is a blockchain infrastructure-as-a-service that enables developers to use smart contracts and blockchain protocols without necessarily having expertise in blockchain development. Developers can use Link to create standard web-based APIs for smart contracts based on programmatic blockchain networks such as TRON. The Link ecosystem uses the BLINK token as its main medium of exchange.
Since its launch, the TRON blockchain has added lots of unique functionalities with an aim of attracting developers and other users. Its most significant achievement to date is overtaking the Ethereum blockchain to become the preferred choice for DApp developers. In fact, it currently has the highest number of DApp users, as well as the highest volume of DApp usage on a daily basis.
Michael Chin, the CEO of Blockmason, expressed his enthrallment over the addition of TRON smart contracts to the Link platform. He lauded the efforts that Justin Sun, TRON’s founder, has put in to make the blockchain network the ideal choice for DApp developers. Mike conclude by saying that he is certain that the integration of Link into the TRON development ecosystem will assist developers in marketing their solutions and getting higher profits.
Proponents of the Link platform perceive it as the missing piece that will streamline the development of blockchain-driven apps. This is because it allows both users and developers to easily interact with blockchain smart contracts. Most importantly, the process is straightforward, as it doesn't require a gas fee, browser plugins or any other additional software. Moreover, its users are spared of the troubles of constantly monitoring web infrastructure and servers. All that is needed is the integration of the desired smart contracts to the app under development using Link. From here, the developer modifies the app just as they would if they were using a standard API.