Satoshi Nakamoto was interested in joining Tron’s Atlas project, says Justin Sun
The CEO and founder of Tron foundation has revealed that the unknown person who developed bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, himself was interested in joining hands with the Atlas project of Tron.
Sun wrote on Twitter on Wednesday, "It seems that Satoshi Nakamoto himself was interested in joining our Atlas project since Nov. 03 2008."
The CEO revealed Tron's secret project, Atlas, on July 30. Every Tron enthusiasts had been anticipating for its announcement for quite sometime.
Sources report that the Atlas project is an amalgamation of both BitTorrent and Tron. Its initial phase has been completed and a route map for the upcoming three months has been charted out. Further details will be revealed by the end of August.
The CEO revealed, “Finally, I would like to say a few things about our project, our secret project, now we name it Atlas, after the BitTorrent acquisition.”
Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System created by Santoshi Nakamoto says: "for transferrable proof of work tokens to have value, they must have monetary value. To have monetary value, they must be transferred within a very large network- for example a file-trading network akin to BitTorrent."
— William Ward (@realWilliamWard) July 31, 2018
In order to make the lifespan of BitTorrent swarms faster and durable the foundation is exploring the opportunity to add more features to the BitTorrent protocol with the help of Tron protocol. The network will act as an online protocol for the Atlas project.
The Founder and CEO of the Foundation said, “Starting from today, Tron will enter a new phase of expanding our current ecosystem. We are grateful for what we have achieved in the past and we are looking forward to seeing what the future holds for us.”
Tron has witnessed a series of new developments in the past few weeks. In fact, on July 30, Tron launched Tron Virtual Machine and introduced a new project known as Project Atlas with BitTorrent. Now, the blockchain founder Justin Sun’s next move is to set up an office in India, South China Morning Post reported.
Sun recently moved to his new office in Beijing and he is already making expansion plans. His next move is to set up an office in India. Currently, crypto enthusiasts in India are waiting for Supreme Court of India’s final verdict on the fate of cryptocurrency exchanges in the country.
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