Tron Foundation has been working towards the development of Tron’s ecosystem for a long time. Tron’s weekly report informed the community that the Foundation is currently testing a deferred transaction, along with developing an anonymous transaction for the wallet. It also highlighted that the team is testing the latest version of the solidity compiler.
Tron’s team also successfully enhanced the success rate of transaction broadcast and improved documents in multi-signature. As for the developer’s community, it informed that the TRC20-USDT query was verified on Shasta, a private test network, for Block parser. In last week’s report, it was noted that the devs had started working on version 1 of the BitTorrent File System [BTFS]. This week, the devs created smart contract integration demonstration and MVP [Minimum viable product] DApp using TronWeb API library and Tron Link.
The devs also created an outline of Hash Gallery DApp. The team announced the conclusion of the USDT-Tron -Tron USDT audit and scored 93/100. The report also informed the community about the BTT airdrop taking place on November 4. Apart from the airdrop, the report stated that the newly launched token was listed on 42 exchanges and BitAsset will soon list BTT on its digital trading platform.
Tron, the eleventh largest coin on CoinMarketCap, noted a 2.43% growth after being attacked by the bear. The cryptocurrency was valued at $0.0271 with a market cap of $1.81 billion. The 24-hour trading volume of the coin was noted to be $357.07 million, and it plunged by 7.73% over seven days.
OKEx traded highly in Tron via the TRX/USDT pair, noting a volume of $42 million. HitBTC took the second spot and the third place, noting high trade volumes via TRX/USDT and TRX/BTC pairs. TRX/USDT recorded $39 million in volume, while TRX/BTC noted $28 million in volume.
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