Tron has as of late reported the official acquisition of BitTorrent that Justin Sun accepts combined with Tron will be 80 times speedier than Ethereum making it the biggest and most advanced decentralized ecosystem on the planet. With TVM launch almost here and TRX continuing trading on 36 exchanges, Tron is searching for a brilliant future ahead.
As of late, Justin Sun, the CEO of world’s eleventh biggest digital currency declared that BitTorrent has officially turned into a piece of the Tron. Justin has huge plans for BitTorrent and Tron as he states in his most recent tweet. Justin likewise specified that Tron is 80 times quicker than Ethereum and now Tron uniting with BitTorrent implies a powerful mix.
“With 14 years of experience, @BitTorrent is providing a world-class service to 100 million users in 138 countries. Add the two together and you get the largest and most advanced peer-to-peer network in the world!”
Beforehand, it has said that the partnership between the two will contribute towards a “better and brighter” internet. The arrangement is to “share in a great revolution — to make the internet more democratic, free and decentralized, which we know is at the very heart of TRON’s values.”
Tron team intends to use the broad infrastructure of the BitTorrent and its team of experienced experts in decentralized protocol technology.
Likewise, as of late, BitTorrent declared its candidacy for Tron’s SR expressing, “We are proud to become a candidate for the TRON Super Representative”. Tron is excited about the new SR candidate as well as it wrote that BitTorrent “is perhaps the most qualified Super Representative candidate.”
BitTorrent partnership is a big step for the development of Tron cryptocurrency as evident from the official blog, “BitTorrent, whose software has been installed on millions of user devices, will become part of the TRON ecosystem, making TRON the largest decentralized Internet ecosystem in the world.”
“With the integration of BitTorrent, TRON aims to liberate the Internet from the stranglehold of large corporations, give data rights back to the individual, and reignite the early 21st-century vision of a free, transparent, decentralized network to connect the world, because the internet belongs to the people.