In line with a recent interview on ‘The Crypto Chick Podcast’, Justin Sun – The founder and chief operating officer of Tron [TRX] claimed that he thinks the TRX project can officially collaborate with Ethereum [ETH] by this year.
Moreover, Sun added that he thinks “even by this year we’ll see Tron even officially collaborate with Ethereum.” In response to a question on Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin’s recent ‘tweets‘ regarding TRX, Sun added that he thinks “competition brings a far better product.”
Explaining further, Sun conjointly added:
“I suppose within the future we’ll even collaborate with lots of Ethereum [ETH] developers and conjointly the enterprises designed on Ethereum before to form a better industry.”
Sun declared that a second layer scalability solution for Tron, that he claims can increase transactional throughput a min. of a hundred times and thereby dramatically decreasing the fees, are expected to be deployed by Q2 of this year. Sun had recently ‘tweeted‘ regarding the solution – dubbed Sun Network -however had evidently refrained from naming a launching date.
Within the podcast, Sun noted that the Tron-based version of stablecoin Tether [USDT] is about to launched on 9th April. Sun argued that the Tron-based version of the stalwart stablecoin can permit cheaper and quicker transactions than the Bitcoin [BTC]-based Omni protocol USDT.
As ‘reported‘ earlier in March, two leading cryptocurrency exchanges namely ‘Huobi Global’ and ‘OKEx’ – have revealed their support for the Tron-based version of USDT.
Just earlier on Friday last week, Radar, the startup behind the decentralised exchange named ‘Radar Relay’, that raised around $10 Mln last year, ‘declared‘ that it’ll launch new developer tools for the blockchain scalability tool Lightning Network.