The Tron network keeps attracting new decentralized applications establishing itself as the world’s most rapidly growing dApp platform. It also has the highest trade volumes in the crypto verse, beyond Ethereum’s and EOS’. A fresh report published recently by the Tron Foundation states that 38 new decentralized applications are online in the Tron environment.
The Tron Foundation dApp report
Among the many exciting bits and pieces of data included in the Tron Foundation’s decentralized applications report, there’s the number of daily active users. It’s stable at about 30k steady users over the last few weeks. The development trend for new apps leans towards gameplay and strategy. The point is to create novel user experiences in those areas.
On further news, the Foundation informed that many more decentralized app in the games category are in the development agenda with a higher degree of complexity. At this point, it bears mentioning that betting apps boomed a few weeks ago, but user interest in gambling has waned off a bit recently so, there is something of a dip in the dApps’ DAU.
“Blocklords” is among the new apps deployed this week. This game is blockchain-based, and it’s a strategy adventure that brings users to middle-ages war scenarios. While the game is newly deployed, its reputation precedes it as it won a grand prize in the Tron Accelerator competition.
The gaming experience includes the storage of the users’ objects and items to enhance the player’s experience as they join in the way Europe develops while the medieval era comes to life through Tron’s blockchain. Users can put fortresses under siege and recuperate any items they’ve lost.
And there’s airdrop on every 800 new blocks completed by the network that’s allocated to the users with newly conquered fortresses. So the game even provides a source of passive income.
And since we’re on the passive income subject, if you control a city, you collect a 10% tax on every transaction carried out there.
Another app mentioned in the Foundation’s report is “MyWish” which was released about two years ago on the Ethereum network. This app allows to build and implement custom smart contracts in the Tron Main Net.
Justin Sun (Tron’s CEO and founder) celebrated the Tron’s network further progress as dApp platform in his typical way, which is tweeting it. Tron Foundation tweeted:
This week, 38 new #Dapps were added, reaching 284 Dapps in total. The number of accounts has reached 2.45 million, maintaining a steady growth. In addition, #TRON's Dapps DAUs have stayed steadily at around 30,000 in recent weeks. #TRX $TRX https://t.co/iqCl6KRTMt
— TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) April 12, 2019
Last but not least, the Foundation informed that IPFS is currently undergoing tests for integration into Tron’s dApps.
Tron keeps reporting great news that strengthens the project’s fundamentals which, in turn, will end up driving the project’s currency (Tronix or TRX) price up. As we write this, the token remains 11th by market capitalization, and it trades at $0.0262 in slightly red numbers for the last 24 hours.
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