TRON Steps Up Its Blockchain Game with CoinPlay Acquisition


Tron has recently made an announcement about the acquisition of Blockchain-based app store CoinPlay that is expected to give a sizeable boost to the project’s ecosystem. The two companies will make it easier for users to find and download different dApps.

All dApps in one place

The Google Play Store has managed to rake in a staggering $24.8 bln in 2018. With a plethora of different apps that are available in conventional app stores, it is rather challenging to find any dApps, which is one of the reasons why they are struggling with adoption. CoinPlay alleviates that task by creating a platform where different categories of dApps (games, Blockchain software, etc.) are gathered in one place.

A boon for decentralization

According to Tron CEO Justin Sun, their latest acquisition will help them serve the Blockchain industry in a better way. CoinPlay makes it easier for uninitiated users to dive into the world of decentralization.

On Mar. 27, BitTorrent, which was acquired by Tron in June 2018, announced the launch a P2P-based live streaming service that will on BTT payments.

About TRON

TRON is creating a boundary-free decentralized internet that inspires innovation across industries. Founded in September 2017 by Justin Sun, TRON is the world’s largest decentralized network and BTT connect BitTorrent to the world of Blockchain, enabling faster downloads and torrent lifetimes, creating a tokenized content ecosystem that benefits 100M+ existing users. TRON is connecting thousands of developers across the world through its consumer-focused ecosystem based on Blockchain, cryptocurrency, dApps, and leading peer-to-peer file sharing products; respectively TRON, Peiwo, BitTorrent & µTorrent.

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