Tron (TRX) Has New Major Upgrades to Release in Q2 This Year, Misha Lederman Tweets

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Fri, 03/22/2019 - 14:14
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Alex Dovbnya
Tron was busy developing and promoting itself all throughout 2018, and this year it seems to be working even harder
Tron (TRX) Has New Major Upgrades to Release in Q2 This Year, Misha Lederman Tweets
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Justin Sun and the Tron Foundation keep working to improve the Tron ecosystem and expand its user base. This year, the amount of Tron-based accounts has reached 2 mln already.

More achievements

Among other crucial milestones achieved by the platform so far is the fact that users now conduct 27 mln more transactions per day than on Ethereum and EOS combined. Also by now Tron has grown to be a leader as a platform for dApps, again having surpassed its rivals – EOS and ETH.

Now, reportedly, the Tron team is busy preparing certain upgrades and completely new investment tools which would give multiple boosts to the whole ecosystem.

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New features in the works

Misha Lederman, the head of IAmDecentralized.org, has recently shared on Twitter that Tron is working to release a new platform for supporting dApps and other decentralized software.

Misha Lederman is among the most prominent figures who support Tron and the course it is taking. As per him, all these innovations will be implemented in several weeks – in Q2 2019.

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