TRON, from the very beginning of their MainNet launch has claimed that it will try to beat Ethereum. In an attempt to do so, TRON had previously surpassed Ethereum’s transaction volume. In a recent tweet, TRON founder Justin Sun noted that it had reached 990K transaction on November 2 which is almost 2 times of that of Ethereum.
Justin Sun’s tweet reads, “#TRON reached 990k transaction yesterday (11/02/2018). Almost 2x to that of #ethereum. Guess when TRON will reach 1M Tx per day? Guess&RT. I will randomly pick 5 winner for 1k $TRX each! #TRX”
There’s no doubt that Ethereum has been one of the biggest competitors for Tron. And, the Foundation has claimed that it will beat the second largest cryptocurrency, according to market cap, in the world on numerous occasions. Sun even claimed that Tron network will be 200 times faster than Ethereum. Moreover, the newly launched Tron Virtual Machine [TVM] is completely compatible with Ethereum Virtual Machine [EVM]. The developers can easily shift from EVM to TVM for “almost free”.
For the first time, Tron [TRX] surpassed Ethereum in terms of daily transactions on October 18. Tron surpassed. At that time, Sun shared on Twitter, “It is the first time that #TRON has surpassed #Ethereum in daily transaction. #TRX 599354 vs. #ETH 565791 in October 18th. It’s just the beginning! $TRX”
On the following day too, Tron continued to surpass Ethereum’s daily transactions, as it reportedly registered 629,329 transactions, while Ethereum had only 601,119 transactions registered. It means that Tron surpassed Ethereum by more than 28,210 transactions.
In a recent interview with Investopedia, Justin Sun shared how Tron is different and better than Ethereum. While stating about it, he said that Tron always emphasizes the importance of accessibility and community’s dedication. They aim to be faster and cheaper than Ethereum, providing an easy-to-use and affordable network.
“Not only that, we made sure to back our strong technical capabilities with a global support system that spans across various platforms, including Telegram, Slack, WeChat, and email, providing personalized and prompt technical support to the community,” he added.
Image via Shutterstock
Join our telegram group