TRON Dapp Weekly Report Summary Shows Consistent Growth for TRX Network Activity
In Tron’s Dapp Weekly Report for the week of April 27 to May 3, it shared that there has been a “sharp increase” of the Dapps on its network. It also reported an increase of smart contracts by 100, as compared to last week – thus, the total number reached 877. Tron also reported that there are three new games, bringing the amount of gambling Dapps to 39 more than last week. With so much growth in Dapps, the TRON’s trading volume has increased as well.
According to the platform,
“The 24-hour trading volume on TRON reached 505,000 up by nearly 33% from last week.”
In the report’s section on DApp UX, TRON first introduced Tron Jedies, which is a,
“dividend-based idle game for investors who can recruit and train mercenaries to produce as many gems and earn as much honor as possible.”
The game’s currency is gem, and players can earn them by recruiting and training warriors who produce gems, ultimately to develop their own army. As for the exchange rate, it is 1 TRT to 100 gems.
The second Dapp mentioned is OxWarriors, which is a “multi-chain PVP-based battling” game on the blockchain. The game’s browser version is currently available and players can access the game by longing into the TronLink Extension Wallet. Players are tasked with managing a five-character team, which compete with other players for rewards.
As for DApp cooperation, the wallet “made a major move” with its announcement of its launch of TronLending Bank. The feature providers users and projects the opportunity to optimize their energy usage and to reduce costs as well.
TRON also reported that it has “made great efforts” concerning safety. The platform pointed to Chainsguard, which is a blockchain security expert in Beijing that has assisted EOS and Ethereum to discover and repair compiler vulnerabilities. The platform seems to have adopted Chainsguard to protect users in a well-rounded manner with “services such as automated security scanning interface for smart contract, manual auditing, online server-side penetration testing, mobile app security, assessments and more.”