Tron Announces BitTorrent (BTT) Airdrop Data and More on Its Weekly TRX Report
It’s that time in the week: Tron has issued its weekly report on its blog. In this latest report, the Tron Foundation has announced several interesting developments. For instance, the Tron Foundation is currently testing deferred transactions, as well as anonymous transactions. Also, the team is reportedly working on a solidity compiler.
Another announcement is that the Tron team was able to enhance the success rate of transaction broadcasts and to improve its multi-signature features. The devs were working on TRC20-USDT and informed during this update that the query was successfully verified on a private testnet, Shasta.
The development of the BitTorrent infrastructure is also going well and a minimum viable product (MVP) of a smart contract for integration was created using the Tron Link program and the TronWeb API.
A new outline for the Hash Gallery DApp was also created by the team this week. The audit for the USDT-Tron was also revealed and it scored very well: 93/100.
The long-awaited airdrop of BTT tokens had its official date finally revealed: it will be made on November 4, so you may have to wait for a while before you can participate in it. At the moment, the BTT tokens have been listed on a total of 42 crypto exchanges, an impressive number. Another platform, BitAsset, will list the new asset soon, too.
Tron is, at the time of this report, the 11th largest cryptocurrency in the market, according to CoinMarketCap. The price of the asset is currently $0.0271 USD per token and the total market cap is around $1.81 billion USD. The price of the token is slightly up in the last 24 hours but it's trading volume has decreased.
Live Tron (TRX) Price:
1 TRX/USD =$0.1411 change ~ -3.76%