Tron Manager Says TRX Super Representatives Offer More Decentralization than Bitcoin and EOS Nodes


Marcus Zhao- Tron Super Representatives are more Decentralized than Bitcoin and EOS Nodes

Marcus Zhao, the technical manager of Tron, recently conducted an interview where he talked about the performance of Tron in comparison with the Bitcoin, Ethereum and EOS networks. Earlier this year, the Tron network was accused of practising plagiarism. Concerning this, Zhao said that the Tron network is the only public blockchain without significant problems after the launch of its mainnet.

Contrariwise, Ethereum, Bitcoin and EOS all had issues when they were first introduced.

Additionally, Zhao mentioned that the Tron code is dependable, which is why the network has never faltered since its inception. Marcus also said that the Tron network has never operated on the Ethereum protocol. Instead, Tron made the Tron Virtual Machine compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine to attract Ethereum developers. In the future, the Tron Virtual Machines will be made compatible with more virtual machines.

Later, the Tron network will introduce new features such as anonymous transactions, multi-signature, BFT consensus mechanism and many others. However, the company is currently working to improve on the existing features, as well as the utility of its public network.

Regarding the matter of Tron Super Representatives (SRs) and the successful election of Justin Sun, Zhao mentioned that Justin won due to his popularity among Tron users. Moreover, the win was an indicator of the community's belief in Justin's ability to manage the network efficiently.

Precisely, Marcus Zhao stated that the Tron network has 27 SRs distributed across the world, all of whom are competent to operate the network. Zhao concluded by claiming that the Tron SR group is more decentralized than Bitcoin nodes and EOS supernodes.

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