Why choose Tron Main Net

Maximizing development time

TRON is a public Blockchain platform, highly scalable with large bandwidth allows developers to create Smart Contracts and develop dApps.

TRON was founded by the non-profit company TRON Foundation in July 2017 under the leadership of Justin Sun.

Structure of TRON

TRON is composed of three layers: Core Layer, Storage Layer and Application Layer.

Core Layer: This core layer contains the important elements of TRON such as

Consensus mechanism: TRON uses a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) consensus mechanism.

Smart Contract: TRON's Smart Contract is run on TRON Virtual Machine (TVM) and written in Solidity language.

Storage Layer: This is the distributed storage layer of TRON and consists of two storage items:

· Chain Storage: TRON uses LevelDB storage library developed by Google. Aim is to reduce the amount of storage on the TRON blockchain.

· State Storage: Using KhaosDB in full-node makes it possible for TRON to store all newly created chains for a specified period of time.

Application Layer: This is the layer where developers can build their dApps.

· With TRON using Google's Protocol Buffers, developers of dApps on TRON can use many different programming languages.

Currently, the community is rating that TRON is having a faster TPS transaction speed than Ethereum.

At the same time, the number of dApps developed on Tron main net is increasingly strong and similar to Etherium. In terms of development time, TRON launched 2 years after Ethereum.

The use purposes of Tron (TRX)

TRX is designed with four key roles in the TRON network, as follows:


Like ETH in the Ethereum network, TRX in the TRON network is used to pay transaction fees and the fees to create and execute Smart Contracts.

Pay-for TRX will be burned to remove it from circulation, reducing TRX's supply.


TRX is used as rewards for candidates with the most voting to create new blocks.


Holders can use TRX for voting for candidates in TRON network operations.


TRX is used to pay for goods and services within the TRON network.

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