The Tron ecosystem is expanding with each passing day, and Justin Sun could not be prouder of the project.
The Tron Foundation is currently focused on creating one of the most important blockchains in the whole world, and it really seems that this goal has been getting closer and closer despite all the hate and criticism that Sun and his project have been getting from the naysayers.
2,000 DApps by the end of the year
The number of projects developed around a blockchain is an essential signal of the success and Tron has been really prosperous in terms of growth because the Tron blockchain is the one with the highest amount of DApps.
They enjoy the highest amount of DApps on a daily basis, managing to surpass other competitors such as ETH, NEO, EOS and more, according to EthereumWorldNews.
Not too long ago, Sun revealed his plan to have at least 2,000 DApps running on the Tron blockchain before the end of 2019.
The man has set other milestones before, and they have all been reached, so it would not come as a surprise that this one would become a reality as well.
The online publication mentioned above also says that the target is really ambitious, but it is possible if the platform maintains the same pace that it’s registering today.
“We already have nearly 300 on TRON in just a few months, and we aim to get to 2,000 by the end of this year,” – these are Sun’s words.
USDT runs on the Tron blockchain
Tron was also able to successfully launch the USDT token based on the TRC-20 standard just the other day.
This means that a lot of transactions that are executed with USDT will be running on the Tron blockchain and this will lead to increased exposure of users to Tron.
In an open letter, Sun explained that “USDT built on TRON blockchain as a win for the blockchain industry and for our community. More people will be able to trade TRX, BTT, and other TRC-based tokens through the TRC20 based USDT pair, creating liquidity.”
He continued and said, “In turn, liquidity helps build confidence and trust that typically results in greater stability throughout the ecosystem.”