Tron [TRX] ropes in Bitizens Gaming App from Ethereum [ETH] network
The Bitizens Decentralized Application (DApp) and with it the world of Bitropolis is now moving out of the Ethereum network and into the world of TRON, as announced by the TRON foundation.
In order to facilitate the move, the virtual game will be taken offline on the Tron network. “We hope you understand that this endeavor will ultimately lead to a better, stronger and more vibrant future for BitGuild and its community,” said the Bitguild, the team behind the Bitizens Gaming App.
More gaming #dapps are making their move over to the #TRON platform primarily due to the low cost and high transaction speed of TRON. We welcome more developers and dapps to join our community! $TRX https://t.co/bDBzPvaPuc
— TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) December 7, 2018
Since the Tron Mainnet was launched earlier this year and the foundation’s ‘Virtual Machine’ in October, the network has seen a tremendous drive in DApp acquisition. The Virtual Machine’s development, which was functional with both Solidity Programming Language and the Ethereum Virtual Machine allowing developers a smooth transition from the ETH network to TRX.
The Tron network records transactions processing up to 2,000 per second, 80 times faster than that of Ethereum. Justin Sun, the founder and CEO of Tron recently got into a scuffle with Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum over the transactions processing power of the respective networks, to which Buterin lambasted his Tron equal of being, “a shill and not worth listening to.”
On December 7, Justin Sun announced that a ‘rescue fund’ would be created for EOS and ETH developers if they move their DApps to the Tron network, affirming his intention of making his network the nexus for DApp acceleration.
Last month, the Tron network revealed their ‘TRON Accelerator,’ a $1 million competition that would push developers into building their DApps on the Tron network. This recent DApp push comes one month prior to the foundation’s flagship event, the niTROn summit, scheduled for January 2019, which will have a session specifically catered to developers and how they can better contribute to the Tron network.
Recently, ETCDEV, developers team of the 17th ranked crypto, Ethereum Classic [ETC] announced they would be shutting-up-shop due to financial uncertainty and the bearish market conditions, following a trend of developing teams exiting the crypto market due to the November crash.
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