The Samsung and Tron tie-ups had made significant news in the cryptosphere recently, and the latest move from the South Korean tech giant is another step in the right direction. Reports have come in that the company has added updates into its Blockchain Keystore SDK that will enable it to process Tron transactions.
Misha Lederman had tweeted:
“Samsung formally adds “APIs to support Tron transactions.” to @Samsung Blockchain Keystore SDK v1.2.0 (Oct 29, 2019)
This means that #TRON APIs for #TRX-based tokens & DApps could soon be accessible to around 1 billion global Samsung users.”
The last update on the Samsun SDK occurred on August 8, 2019, when the company decided to add APIs to support Bitcoin and Klaytn transactions. Lederman had further added:
“Amazing to comprehend that adding #TRON APIs to @Samsung Crypto Wallet also means that TRC10 tokens such as @BeatzCoin BTZC & @BitTorrent BTT + TRC20 tokens like @WINkorg WIN & @Tetherto USDT-TRON will also be exposed to each Samsung mobile phone user w/ a #Blockchian Keystore.”
The update is set to increase security and to build mobile-compatible DApps on the blockchain. The update has a particular emphasis because it will enable Tron’s features to be on display to Samsung’s billion-plus customer roster. Samsung has made it clear that it considers blockchain technology the next big thing and had recently stated:
“Samsung believes in an open environment and embraces the idea that the decentralized world will revolutionize how we interact, work, and play. Join us as we share our position on blockchain technology and what Samsung hopes to do by collaborating with developer communities and various protocols to further this revolution.”
The latest feature will enable Tron and its subsidiaries to penetrate the mainstream tech space by integrating its features with day to day working. Samsung’s broad user base will also lend a helping had to Tron, allowing it to reach users who were thought to be to spread out thinly.
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