In a recent blog post, one of the most significant cryptocurrency companies in the world, Tron, announced its intention to upgrade their MainNet platform. At a plain sight at the intended system upgrade, it can be easily noted that the move is directed towards enhancing the security and usability of the Tron blockchain network.
The MainNet upgrade will be known as Odyssey V3.6, offering a more secure, lightweight built-in event server that will have an added protocol data check.
According to the blog post that Tron published yesterday, the upgraded platform is aimed at entertainment content creators and will have superior resources that will support the creation of entertainment-based decentralized applications (DApps). An excerpt from the official announcement reads,
“The upgrade will bring to existence a more lightweight built-in server that will provide convenience for DApp creators and developers to customize their event service when they make the transition to this feature. Also, the upgrade is going to ensure enhanced protocol data check that is going to prevent malicious data on the chain.”
Notably, there are a few new attributes that have been integrated into the latest version, Odyssey V3.6. Some of the latest features include:
- Strengthened protocol data check that will prevent malicious data affecting the system.
- The upgrade of the Peer-to-Peer platform and the block broadcasting process for gRPC/HTTP interface. A move that is expected to see the enhancement of the Tron platform as a whole.
- The addition of the transaction permission setting for users, the add-on will be compatible with multi-signature.
- The TVM will realize the addition of new instructions that will include create2, extcodehash, and bitwise shifting that will enable it to support more features.
- The realization of a more lightweight built-in event server that will favor DApp creators and developers into customizing their event service when they turn on this feature.
- The new version will allow contract developers to clear their contract’s ABI, further enhancing the security and privacy of the contract.
The main aim behind everything involving the Tron project has to do with enhancing scalability. Apart from improving scalability, Tron intends to incentivize users to create, develop, and install applications that are of high quality that benefit the entire platform.
The TVM, Tron Virtual Machine, got released in August 2018, and at the time of its launch, it was believed that the TVM would not only make the Tron platform more proficient of managing a large number of transactions but also open the way for creators to migrate their applications from Ethereum to Tron.
The new upgrade will simplify the development of Tron compatible Decentralized Applications (DApps) as developers, and creators will not have to learn coding languages for developing applications that they can run on the Tron network.
According to the official blog post, the Tron public chain boasts a TPS or transaction per second of tens of thousands of transactions, maximizing user engagements to its platform with free access and favorable incentives. Developers and creators can use the TVM and the Tron protocol to build apps both for themselves and for the Tron community.
The blog excerpt reads,
“Tron would like to thank everyone for your continuous support, we give big thanks and appreciation to our content creators and developers for their efforts and hard work around the clock. It is because of your efforts Tron’s ecosystem continues to grow with rapid development. We look forward to the new version, the Odyssey V3.6 that is presented to you by the world’s significant blockchain decentralized app operating system.”
Contrary to what the crypto community was used to, Justin Sun, the CEO and founder of the crypto and blockchain company was not the one who brought the news to the public via his usual way of social media. As of now, Justin is preparing to have lunch with business mogul Warren Buffet. Despite Warren being one of the wealthiest people in the world, he does not care much for blockchain technology or Bitcoin. Justin plans to change his mind for good.
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