TRON Launches Version 1.0 Code of SUN Network
TRON (TRX), a leading distributed ledger technology (DLT) project that’s home to a vast array of decentralized applications (dApps) has officially launched the version 1.0 code of SUN Network, a scaling solution that enables dApps to run without consuming massive amount of energy, while also operating with high efficiency, and water-tight security on the TRON network, according to a Medium blog post on August 11, 2019.
Release of Version 1.0 of SUN Network Code
Per the blog post, TRON has officially released the version 1.0 code of SUN Network inline with its aim to bring positive changes to the TRON network and blockchain industry as a whole and make scalability bottlenecks a thing of the past.
According to Tron Foundation, SUN Network is a scaling solution developed to expand TRON’s Mainnet through the use of side chain scaling projects such as dAppChain.
The team says dAppChain is a smart contract application side-chain specially crafted and optimized to provide TRON’s mainnet with an unlimited scaling capacity to support its growing number of transactions.
With the new Sun Network, dApps on the TRON network will now consume less energy, while also offering the highest level of efficiency and security that makes them immune to external threats.
In the same vein, version 1.0 of the Sun Network also enables developers to move dApps from the TRON main chain to the side chain (the core code of DAppChain) in a frictionless manner.
Intricate Features of SUN Network
As stated in the publication, Oracle will serve as a relay that enables the TRON main chain to interact with the side chain while Contracts, will ensure that digital assets are transferred between the TRON network and the side chain, securely.
Furthermore, JS SDK and JAVA SDK will facilitate smooth interactions with TRON’s main chain and side chain while SideChain Wallet Cli will support the simultaneous interaction with the main chain and the side chain via a terminal.
Commenting on the success of the TRON project so far, CEO Justin Sun noted that since the launch of the TRON Virtual Machine (TVM) in 2018, it has hit the ground running and the network is now home to nearly 500 dApps, with 3,000,000 accounts and 410 million transactions.
“A series of scaling projects such as dAppChain and cross-chain communications will further expand the overall capacity of the TRON network, as well as improving the number of transactions per second (TPS ) and smart contracts execution efficiency on TRON,”