In a world where the entertainment content distributors hold and control most of the data and profits, TRON is a blockchain-based entertainment content sharing platform that aims to transform the way content is produced and consumed.

It made plenty of noise in the world of crypto and ranks amongst the world’s top 10 digital currencies with millions of accounts and transactions.

So, if you are keen on knowing what TRON is and how it works, and what is its future, this guide is all that you will need.

What is TRON?

TRON was founded in 2017 by Justin Sun to enable the decentralisation of the Internet through blockchain technology and decentralised applications (DApps).

This is done through TRON’s open storage and distribution peer-to-peer platform that helps cut out the middlemen and allows the producers of the content to interact and raise funds directly from their consumers.

The platform has its native currency known as Tronix (TRX), which is used by the viewers to pay the content creators. Initially, the Tronix tokens were mined from the Ethereum network but were later moved to their network.

How does TRON work?

TRON is built on a three-layered architecture that’s divided into three layers including:

  1. Storage layer that allows for easy updates and fast processing of transactions.
  2. Core layer that hosts several modules, smart contracts, and account management.
  3. Application layer for the developers to create DApps and issue their tokens.

What are some key features of TRON?

Here is an overview of the key features of TRON that distinguish it from other similar platforms:


  1. TRON uses a proof-of-stake system, which allows it to consume less energy as compared to other cryptocurrencies.
  2. With this proof-of-stake system, TRON can handle almost 10,000 transactions per second without relying on a complex network of miners.
  3. With a decentralised platform, the data is safe from cyber-attacks.

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What is TRON used for?

The Internet, at the time of its launch, was initially intended to be an open network that anyone could access and use. However, with the dot-com revolution or bubble, huge media companies got in and started making money not just from the content producers but also the users.

To take the Internet back to where it started, TRON aims to:

  1. Liberalise data to make it free and not being controlled by cartels.
  2. Enable content production without relying on intermediaries for approvals, pitching, or publishing and having hundred per cent control over their content.
  3. It does away with the geographical restrictions that are usually placed on platforms that stream content and games. Anyone can access this platform from anywhere.

Where does Tronix come in?

The TRON token is the platform’s native asset that has several roles to play. It is used by content producers to contribute to the platform or content consumers to access that content. All the TRX tokens are saved in a TRON wallet and the value of each token in Indian Rupee is equivalent to the current rates of TRON to INR.

Additionally, TRX is also used by network holders to exercise their voting rights.

What is the market capitalisation of TRON?

TRON has been performing well, especially in comparison to other blockchain networks that were created in the last few years. Its value increased by almost 300 % last year benefitting its millions of investors.

Though it is a promising platform, TRON, just like other blockchains, is also affected by market uncertainties and risks. Investors are advised to know its technical capability and potential before parting with their monies. This can be done by doing deep fundamental analysis, checking trading volumes and its price on credible platforms like Coinswitch. Using this platform you can also check conversion rates of other Altcoins like Dogecoin price INR.

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