Tron (TRX) News – Is this proof of Tron’s scalability?

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Tron’s developer Justin Sun has been actively pitching for gaining developers from the EOS and Ethereum (ETH) blockchain. However, up until now, there was no proof that Tron (TRX) is scalable or not. It might very well suffer from the same problems which Ethereum and the EOS have suffered from after the increase in transactions as well as the usage of decentralized applications. However, recently it crossed a very important threshold which speaks volumes about the scalability of Tron (TRX).

Is this proof of Tron’s scalability?

On 13 December, Justin Sun tweeted that Tron (TRX) handled 2.53 MM transactions. There was no news of any glitches or backlog on the network of Tron (TRX). This is the reason why many developers are hopeful that Tron (TRX) might actually have the scalability which many of the other blockchain-based cryptocurrencies actually lack. If that is the case, more and more developers will indeed migrate to the Tron (TRX) blockchain. It remains to be seen whether it is working smoothly when the transaction numbers increase even more or not.

Additionally, on 13th December itself, over 32,000 new Tron (TRX) wallet addresses were created as well. Justin Sun stated that this was clear proof that the developers from EOS and Ethereum (ETH) blockchain are moving towards Tron (TRX). Tron (TRX) is right now the 10th most valued cryptocurrency. If the developers continue to migrate at this pace, it will surely be able to gain more momentum and the valuation of Tron (TRX) will increase more as well. This will not only benefit the developers but also the investors in Tron (TRX).

Tron (TRX) founder Justin Sun has already stated that they will be starting a fund in order to help the developers migrate from EOS and ETH to its blockchain. It seems like the migration is finally underway. He has encouraged the developers of decentralized apps to migrate over to the Tron(TRX) blockchain.

Tron (TRX) has the vision to create the decentralized Internet with the help of its blockchain. With the scalability which is currently on offer, it might very well be able to do so. Up until now, there are no glitches and the number of transactions has gone up without any problem at all. It remains to be seen whether, in the future, the level of scalability which can be provided without any glitches continues to increase or not. If indeed, it is able to provide scalability without any congestion of the blockchain network, it will have many developers as well as fans. Right now, it sure does seem to exhibit scalability.

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