TRX Weekly Report Highlights Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT) Optimization

Tron’s Team announced that it will be working on optimizing Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT) solutions. It also intends to improve Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) documentation, and to develop anonymous transaction and to add unit testing.

The platform also reported that it completed its Smart Contract optimization with “create2” and it developed anonymous transaction for the overall design documentation.

Tron’s node count is around 1,353 and its block height is 9.68 million. The Dapp count is at 459 since the platform added 17 new Dapps.

Tron [TRX] Node Count Six Month High

The Tron Foundation has reached the benchmark of its mainnet launch anniversary. In addition to celebrating the anniversary, the platform has another occasion to celebrate – its reported node count that reached a six month high. Misha Lederman informed the platform on twitter about its tron node count, stating:

“#TRON node count reaches highest number in 6 months as it surpasses 1452 online nodes #TRX nodes are represented on each continent w/ most nodes in US, China & Germany As BitTorrent File System BTFS & DAppChain goes online, the stability of the TRON blockchain will be unmatched.”

At the same time, the platform celebrated its mainnet launch anniversary on May 31. Juston Sun commemorated the launch by tweeting,

“Looking back on the journey, it was not easy for #TRON to achieve so much in only 1 year. We look forward to building a stronger #TRON Ecosystem and making more differences in the #blockchain industry. #TRX $TRX”

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