- The TRX public chain reportedly has a native transaction rate of 2,000 TPS.
- This figure is quite insane when compared with associated TPS numbers related to the Ethereum (ETH) network (25 TPS) as well as the Bitcoin (BTC) network (3-6 TPS).
- According to an official blog post released by the Tron Foundation earlier today, Odyssey — the mainnet used by the TRON platform — is all set to be upgraded to version 3.6 in the near future.
For those of our readers who may not be aware of what TRON really is, it is essentially a platform that is designed to help in the creation of novel decentralized applications (dApps) in a streamlined, hassle-free manner.
Not only that, but developers can also devise dApps on the TVM (Tron Virtual Machine) as well.
Odyssey version 3.6 will come laden with a design module that will allow for the easier creation of DApps as well as bolster the native security protocols of the Tron ecosystem.
- V 3.6 will also see the deployment of a lightweight, built-in event server that will allow DApp developers to “customize their own event service when they choose to switch on this feature.”
- Other improvements associated with the aforementioned update include enhanced security and stability.
- In closing out this piece, it should be highlighted that over the past few weeks, Tron CEO Justin Sun has been quoted as saying that Odyssey version 3.1 will have “far superior processing speeds when compared to BTC and ETH.”
In regards to the subject, he recently released the following tweet:
“TRON will be 200x faster vs. ETH, 100x cheaper vs. EOS. dApp developers & users, this one ‘s for you!”
While Tron’s latest mainnet upgrade promises to be a game changer, it still remains to be seen whether or not Justin Sun and his team are able to deliver on their lofty promises.