Tron Blockchain dApp Developers Look to Build TRX Network Functionality and Usability
Making Progress In The Tron Network Relies On dApp Developers
When a smart investor is looking for their next endeavor, they look for certain information about each stock, starting with the company, their product, and their popularity. A popular company usually performs better in their sales, which means they will have increase revenue throughout the year. More revenue means lucrative dividends for anyone that holds their stocks.
This is a perfect way to think about Tron’s Mainnet, which was launched this year. Even though the platform already is efficient and productive on its own, it is now reaching a stage where the only way to improve the project is with the use of dApps. The developers of dApps have a great opportunity right now to either get involved as part of a solution, or to stand back and watch Tron’s demise.
The Tron Foundation is constantly recognizing the role that developers play in the profitability of their brand. To encourage more developers to get involved in their projects, they have planned a Developer Conference, which will be hosted in San Francisco in January 2019. It will be a two-day event from the 17th to the 18th and will be a catalyst in bringing together some of the most ambitious minds in the industry. Ultimately, Tron hopes to improve their current ecosystem and reach their platform’s full potential.
Justin Sun is constantly involved in the encouragement of the community to get involved with their decisions. In September, he asked members to let him know about the types of dApps that they want to see launched on the Network. Most of the responses he received had to do with social media and/or gaming. More specifically, the list included:
- Widespread multi-player games
- Games where TRX can be used in a wager during combat
- First-person shooter games
- A social media website that exists without decentralization
- Online poker, which would be posted on the blockchain
- A Tron version of YouTube (TronTUBE)
- A Tron version of Facebook (TronBOOK)
- A Tron version of Twitter (TwiTRON)
- A Tron version of Netflix (TronFLIX)
- A decentralized voting system that the federal government would accept during elections.
Right now, developers have access to a one-stop shop that offers developer tools, which are located within the Tron Developer Hub. Among these tools are the necessary technology for the conversion of Ethereum Contracts onto the platform. These are necessary for developers to make their Tron dApps into a reality.