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Tron’s growing ecosystem highlighted in weekly report

Mark Prestwood

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Tron Foundation has been constantly focusing on the development of the ecosystem and the weekly report highlighted key areas of growth. The report revealed that the block height exceeded 12.87 million as total number of nodes stood at 1,093. The total number of Tron’s real-time accounts reached 3,664,926 with 33,576 new addresses added to the ecosystem. Number of transactions reached 677 million with 10.38 million new transactions over the span of this week.

Total number of Tron DApps also reached 579 and with the addition of two new DApps, it recorded 0.35% week-on-week growth. Daily Active Users [DAU] of Tron amounted to 254,600, with 5.69 million number of transactions and $51.52 million transaction volume. TronLink’s plug-in wallets went into the test phase to support the SUN Network. An airdrop was conducted with TronGo along with supporting the MCP game to migrate from Ethereum to Tron.

Further, Tronscan’s testing of block explorer for SUN Network was also completed. For BTFS, a memory leakage issue was fixed along with launching the integrated version of BT Classic and BTFS. Details of all these developments were shared by Tron Foundation over Twitter,

“#TRON Weekly Report 1.Developed the feature of starting SR by keystone. 2.TRON’s total number of transactions reached 667 million. 3.BLive released its beta version on Sep 20, 2019. #TRX $TRX”

Moreover, Tron plans to carry out major updates such as upgrading Tron Protocol, the official launch of SUN Network, Tron cross-chain communication, anonymous token mechanism and one-click blockchain deployment soon.   

Mark is a full-time member of the Editorial team of AMBCrypto. With his five-year experience as a business editor for one of the largest dailies in the US, Mark brings sanity and order to our editorial team. Mark is a business major and loves building automotive parts when he's not working. Email him at [email protected] or [email protected]

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