TRON's performance seemed to improve after the launch of its decentralized application, TRONbet. Even the number of its recorded daily transactions has improved massively and even increased compared to that of Ethereums.
In October, the dApp, TRONbet realized more than half a million individual transactions that were much larger than the daily transaction volume of Ethereum. This suggests that the TRON dApps perform better than the Ethereum dApp IDEX. Currently, the volume of a daily transaction performed by the TRON dll has increased by about 551,700 while the IDEX dApp on Ethereum records approximately 9,120.
TRON dApp from all accounts seem to have much faster performance in transaction logging and with that, we can only expect performance improvements.
This means that decentralized apps work so that the system works at a better rate with an increase in transactions and through which it becomes even stronger. Ethereum's blockchain seems to be quite slow since there are so many transactions on a daily basis that I can not manage.
The daily active users on TRONbet are around 1.923 when Ethereum IDEZ has just under 950. Although TRON has fewer decentralized apps, the increase in the number of transactions makes it better than Ethereum.
Quality more than quantity?
The TRON Foundation has been open collaborating with programmers and developers, this allows them to have an advantage, what was the second largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum.
A recent report shows that a website that monitors the performance of dApp has just selected dApp TRON to be listed on its platform. The website in question, dAppRader allows users and developers to monitor dApp data on EOS, Ethereum and now TRON in an easy way. Both users and developers understand the changes in the market based on the data provided.
As reported by ZyCrypto:
"Tron was able to increase the performance of its network by improving its Dapps products, and now Tronbet's performance exceeded Ethereum IDEX for functionality and use."
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