The Tron Foundation recently released the international version of its weekly report in which it detailed the technical projects and community development efforts it has been working on. The Foundation revealed that tests for a multi-signature wallet are in progress. It also talked about the Tik Tok contest, recent meetups with university students and the Tron Ecosystem Co-Builder Plan which could come to life soon.
Development and Community Efforts
Tron has completed the work on optimizing the logic of synchronization module and improving message processing. It has now also achieved dynamic changes of resource ceiling. Work is underway for a multi-signature wallet and node merge, allowing full nodes to provide interfaces for SolidityNode.
During the week, Tron also announced the Tik Tok contest for its global user base, dubbed “Duet with Justin Sun.” The event is giving away prizes worth 10,000 RMB to the winners. The Tron Foundation also reached out to the students of China’s prestigious Peking University, organizing an event titled “Tron to the Future: Blockchain Technology and Ecosystem” in association with global blockchain game incubator platform DOGI. Over 200 students attended the meetup.
Helping to Create a Better Tron Community
Tron Accelerator program, as noted by the Foundation will be fostering innovation and awarding 56 teams, with the winner getting a prize of $200,000. The website of TRON Accelerator Developer Contest was viewed 7300 times and over 100 teams, and individuals have signed up already.
One of the most interesting developments is the Tron Ecosystem Co-Builder Plan (ECP) which will be launching soon. Tron did not specify a launch date for the plan but suggested that it would help Tron based startups, freelance developers, dApp developers and more by providing them a long-term platform to communicate and co-operate with the Tron Foundation.
To help foster more innovation, Tron has announced the establishment of the Tron blockchain game fund, Tron Arcade, which will invest over $100 million in the next three years.
Apart from this, Tron’s mainnet version 3.2 has been launched, and Tron now has over 1200 developers in its Discord group. A detailed version of the report is available on Tron’s Medium page.