- TRON is one of the biggest blockchain-based OS (operating systems) in the world.
- Tron described how much an important smart contract validation feature is in a blockchain.
- Tron Idea of contract verification is to connect the source code to the smart contract binary code deployment process.
TRON’s Smart Contract feature
TRON is one of the biggest blockchain-based OS (operating systems) in the world which is founded by Justin Sun in 2014, who bid a record of $4.57 million to have lunch with Business Magnate and the world’s fourth-richest person Warren Buffet.
It is also a blockchain platform that went live with its mainnet in June 2018 and its cryptocurrency TRON (TRX) existed as an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum blockchain.
Tron is having two headquarters in the world one is in America and another is In Asia Pacific, with the establishment of multiple offices overseas to rapidly expand their venture.
Recently on Twitter, it announced that it is adding a new contract validation feature in its blockchain.
TRON-IDE V0.4.4 adds a new contract validation feature. https://t.co/2YBgdi0HVS
What issue does contract validation address?
Blockchain is open&accessible to all. However, smart contracts feature binary codes, which can be easily executed by VM but are not human-friendly. pic.twitter.com/dMcLWNmP7G
— TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) February 28, 2020
In the tweet, Tron addressed several queries that how much important smart contract validation feature is in a blockchain.
Smart contracts feature in the blockchain which is open and accessible to all can be executed by virtual machines but cannot be interpreted by humans easily.
Smart contracts are built for machines that make it in machine language i.e., Binary. Binaries are not good at presenting or proving the facts in the white paper that they are delivered as promised.
Tron Idea of contract verification is to connect the source code to the smart contract binary code deployment process.
This function examines and verifies the compiled source code matches the binary code. The verification process then becomes validated and hence anyone can view the verified source code on TRONSCAN explorer.
TRONSCAN is the native wallet and goes to explorer from TRON to view the transaction and records. It is also having a desktop app which is open source and can be downloaded from GITHUB.