Latest announcements of the launch of Tron’s first large-scale decentralized application has shot up the transaction volume of Tron’s network above Ethereum’s for the first time ever.
While there has been a lot of noise and positive fanfare about Tron’s breakthrough in scalability issues, with Tron’s CEO bold in his claim, it seems the impressive results posted by TRON do hold some water after all. TRON’s new dapp launch has been a major hit pulling all corners after the company announced that the dApp game was played over 10,000 times its first day.
A tweet from TRON’s official twitter account reads;
“TRONbet, a provably-fair dice game, is one of the many gaming #dapps that are being built on the #TRON network. On the first day of the release, TRONbet was played over 10,000 times. Check them out here!”
The new decentralized application is an online dice game built over TRON’s unique blockchain network. TRONbet has already raked in users than was modestly expected of it with its transaction volume hitting above the 500,000 mark on Monday, and surpassing Ethereum’s record for that day. The incredible feverish surge might be attributed to the promise of a fast and scalable network with developers and blockchain enthusiasts jumping onto the train to test out its credentials. Another less complicated explanation might be the excellence of a new dApp game.
The Ethereum blockchain network which is one of the biggest by daily transaction volume can only process a maximum of 25 transactions per second: an underwhelming contrast to TRON’s maximum peak of 2500 transactions. TRON is one of the most promising independent blockchain projects with optimum scalability and high processing power.
Justin Sun, Tron Foundation’s CEO, also discussed the subsequent migration of some dApp games from Ethereum to TRON’s blockchain network, such as BitGuild enterprise. He concluded;
“We’ve already seen quite a few outstanding TRON dApps like BitGuild being built on or migrated to the TRON network. In the next two quarters, we expect even more developers to flock to TRON, which will boost our overall performance.”