The cryptocurrency market has been in the middle of a tug-of-war between the bears and the bulls since the beginning of the week. Tron [TRX], the eleventh largest coin on CoinMarketCap, noted a sudden surge in its price on April 7. However, it was falling by over 2%, at press time. Irrespective of its valuation, Tron’s Weekly Report informed users about the latest changes on the technical and developer’s fronts.
The Foundation has completed optimizing broadcasting speed and has developed a detailed advancement plan for a side chain. It is still working to test deferred transactions along with the development of anonymous transactions for wallets. Apart from this, the Foundation was yet to test the solidity compiler contract.
The developer community is running performance and load tests for TronGrid. It successfully improved the transaction query performance by 100 times and its MVE [Minimum viable product] is ready for external testing. The devs have also started to write version 1 of the BitTorrent File System [BTFS], while also testing InterPlanetary File System [IPFS] integration with Tron DApps.
Apart from developments in the Tron ecosystem, the Foundation has made headway in the development of BTT as well. BTT has been listed on 41 exchanges and was added on Coinsuper and Coinone recently. The weekly report further stated that a BTT holder could now pay for Windscribe VPN using BTT.
USDT-Tron received support from Huobi wallet, BigOne, Cointiger, Bit-Z, ExShell, and BTEX. Tron Foundation’s Justin Sun also announced the launch date of Sun Network’s testnet and mainnet, while also informing the Tron community about the optimization process that would be carried out after the mainnet’s launch.
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