- Tron Founder and CEO Justin Sun set Twitter on fire yesterday through the announcement of Tron 4.0 launch.
- He mentions that Tron 4.0 will focus mainly on privacy followed by Blockchain interoperability and scalability.
- Justin further conducted a poll on Tron 4.0 vs Ethereum 2.0 in another tweet.
Tron Founder and CEO Justin Sun set Twitter on fire yesterday through the announcement of Tron 4.0 launch. It seems like Tron’s Justin is ignited with the desire to set a new record of accomplishments this year.
TRON 4.0 is coming!— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) May 23, 2020
Tron founded in 2017 mainly followed the design to ‘eliminate the middlemen’. It exploits blockchain technology and the Peer-to-Peer network so as to erase the need of middlemen existence in its network. Also a digital entertainment platform provider has since its being sought efficiency and cost-effectiveness as its main priority. Fuelled by the ambition to create a full decentralised blockchain, Tron has partnered with numerous firms and attracted a huge crowd. Since its establishment up until now.
Key Features of Tron 4.0
The latest announcement of TRON 4.0 has triggered a whole new excitement in Tron users and its fans. Although the details remain unknown yet, we predict Tron 4.0 might empower users to enjoy the gaming whilst its integration with blockchain.
BitTorrent CEO outlined only the main features Tron 4.0 will own. He mentions that Tron 4.0 will focus mainly on privacy followed by Blockchain interoperability and scalability. Thus, Justin takes note to highlight that the Tron’s update will shift its focus to enterprise applications too.
Tron 4.0 v/s Ethereum 2.0
It is worth bringing to attention that the Ethereum community is also currently working to launch Ethereum 2.0. Is TRON trying to be on par with Ethereum 2.0 through Tron 4.0 launch? Well, it seemed that way when Justin further conducted a poll on Tron 4.0 vs Ethereum 2.0 in another tweet.
TRON 4.0 vs. Ethereum 2.0! Which one is better?— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) May 23, 2020
Ethereum 2.0 launch was supposed to take place in January this year. However, Ethereum’s update to transform to proof-of-stake consensus faced delays in its launch due to unresolved technical issues.
With Justin’s announcement, a new level of events await to occur in the future. It seems like we will get to witness major crypto evolution in the roller-coaster year 2020 too. However, only if Tron 4.0 successfully gets out there and if Ethereum 2.0 will launch in Q3 of 2020 with no additional delays.