Tronscan, one of Tron’s most essential platforms is a very well organized team that publishes a report every week on the project’s progress. Here are the highlights of last week’s report. And as the title says, the developments from last week are more than impressive ones.
The time filter
A time filter was launched. It works on pages that include blocks, transactions, and transfers.
The point in this improvement is to make transaction queries easier for users. The filter applies to the objects mentioned in the last paragraph, and it’s on the “blockchain page,” and it’s also available for transactions and transfers on the contract information page.
The filter supports the contract information page and the address page, and the token information page as well. This development enables users to query for transactions at any time they want using the Main Net with more accuracy than before.
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Another improvement in the works is a new ledger feature. It will be designed to support transactions at exchanges (TRC20 token transfers, for instance) and it’s expected to be online by next week.
This is a particularly important task for the Tronscan development team, so they’re working on it 24/7. The ledger’s update will facilitate things for the Bancor exchange. TRC20 transfer, token name duplication, token decimals, etc. The development stages are very advanced, and the release is forthcoming. It’s just about to be ready for deployment.
Also, the project is developing graphical resources (charts) for contract and energy consumption. Once these charts are online, users can look up how much energy the Tron‘s main net is burning as a whole, but also the energy requirements of individual smart contracts. That will make the network more lively for sure.
Additionally, three Tron-based digital assets built with TRC20 technology (Dootron or DOO, Wrapped Tron or WTRX, and ICEDIUM or ICD) are now listed at Tronscan.
Zendesk customer service
Zendesk customer service is about to come online. The idea is to provide Tronscan’s users with the best possible customer service. It will be a welcome addition that will enhance the platform’s flexibility and power, both of which are already quite extensive.
So, as you can see, the Tronscan team is keeping itself really busy trying very hard to improve every aspect of the platform’s functionality, reliability, and features. We’re not surprised, this is the rule rather than the exception in most Tron-based projects, but especially in Tronscan, which is an excellent thing because this is a fundamental platform in the Tron experience for every member in the Tron community.
And last but not least: The no. 20 proposal for multi-signatures in the Tron’s main chain was accepted by 20 votes, and it’s already released. You can learn all about it by visiting this link https://tronscan.org/#/proposal/17. We could tell you what it’s all about, but then we would be spoiling your fun.
We salute Tronscan’s continued efforts and commitment to excellence and wish them all success in each and every one of their current and future projects. The kind of commitment that Tronscan shows daily is the reason why the Tron decentralized network is achieving so much success in such a small period.
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