Tron [TRX] the leading platform for developing decentralized applications (dApps), is all set for its 3.5 hard fork upgrade. This hard fork is announced by Justin Sun, the Founder of the TRON Foundation. The tweet states:
Here are the list of new features after this 3.5 hard fork upgrade:-
- Multi-sig and Account management, institution ready.
- Dynamic energy adjustment to real-time network performance.
- 50% up performance & res usage.
- Better VM safety, events server for Dapps.
As per the tweet this hard fork is scheduled for 28th of February 2019. Here is one more tweet from Justin Sun, which reveals that why this 3.5 hard fork upgrade is major requirements for institution.
The tweet states:
” Multi-sig, acct mng and custody are three major requirements from institution. Recently we have received numerous demands from hedge funds, mainstream investors and financial institution. With 3.5 upgrade and the partnership with @BitGo, #TRON is ready! #TRX$TRX”
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