Tron’s TRX DApp Growth Proves More Superior As Fortunes Of Ethereum And EOS Dwindle
Tron’s TRX DApp Proves More Superior As Fortunes Of Ethereum And EOS Dwindle
Away from the see-sawing of the prices of various cryptocurrencies, the crypto industry, in general, has grown tremendously. One among the different sectors to have developed over the past few months has been the Decentralized Applications sector.
Popular as DApps, this whole niche has grown to be a highly sought-after commodity. And at the forefront of its development is the Justin Sun-led Tron Foundation of the famous, 12th largest cryptocurrency in market value, TRON.
Tron DApp revolution has been expanding at a far much faster pace, compared to its nemesis, EOS, and ETH DApps. And Tron Foundation, elated by this, posted a Tweet, alluding to @Dapp_Review, an independent watchdog which released the findings that placed TRX DApp ahead at 31.4%.
The review posted showed that if all new chains were to be counted, Tron would undoubtedly top the list given its 16 DApps compared to Ethereum’s 15 and the 5 DApps EOS already has. DApp pundits point out that, of all DApp projects launched to date, the most conspicuous of them all is gaming apps (20 Dapps) followed by gambling’s six.
The world of DApps has also experienced massive growth in its overall usage over the recent past. Up to date, Tron DApps have registered an immense 100,000+ active users, even as more individuals embrace it.
But as Tron registers such impressive growth, the fortunes of both Ethereum and EOS have been dwindling. This, of course, has left many ardent Tron proponents reeling in bliss, even boldly jeering their fiercest rival openly on Twitter.
Misha Lederman, one such advocate, couldn’t hide his excitement. He posted a series of Tweets praising the popular DApps developer’s exploits in the industry. In one such tweet, Lederman made a bold prediction, saying that the more sophisticated Tron DApps that are supposedly in the offing will attract millions to TRX.
Already, Tron has over three million users, a feat it achieved in less than one year. By May 2019, it had registered a whopping 3,004,564 accounts in total. This reflected an increase in new users by between 9000 and 17,000.