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Tron Update: Project Atlas, Tron Network, and Platform Growth

Tron’s founder and CEO Justin Sun just gave an update on the platform’s progress thus far. Sun was doing a live stream and talked about Tron’s network activities compared to other platforms in general.

Sun said that the network now has more unique address that EOS and has more growth in the first 95 days after its mainnet launch versus ETH back in 2015. Tron has also burned up to 98% of its ERC20 ETH-based tokens which are now useless since Tron migrated off the ETH blockchain. This locked up 97B tokens that are now no longer needed.

Project Atlas, the code name for Tron’s integration with BitTorrent, is also coming along well. Tron talks about a few key points:

• Integration of a new Tron-based TRX20 token is designed to incentivize users to share files and increase overall download speed
• Users will have the option to take part in the tokenization, or can continue to use BitTorrent without any modifications if they like
• Mobile, desktop, and third party torrent clients will all have the option to enable the new tokenization features
• BitTorrent will remain free and continue to allow users to upload any and all types of files

There are also a two new gaming apps and Tron Wallet, which has been updated for mobile users.

Source: Dailyhodl

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