Another Tron announcement flows in
Three weeks or so ago, news surfaced from Tron that an upgradeof their Mainnet was due by the end of this month. And now, everyone in the Tron community is excited as the test net has been updated to Odyssey 3.2 successfully.
However, the upgrade isn’t online (not functional for the general public) yet as it is in beta for testing. Odyssey 3.2 will be online by the end of this month according to Marcus Zhao, leader of Tron public chain division.
The release of this new version implies that as we already are in Q4, the blockchain project is non-stop to climb high, and of course, to stand tall with its announcements (we know EOS has failed with their mainnet plans so as Ethereum had to delay its upgrade, too).
What will it Offer
There is excitement among the Tron community about what to expect from the new 3.2 version, which is understandable. According to the Tron foundation blog, the latest version will make the solidity nodes performances only better as well as use the memory database as the default database.
Therefore, the as a whole performance of Tron blockchain will be improved and help with the conditions like outage as well as the reboot. Also, it will create auto backups of the database for nodes not to resynchronize the data. Complex contracts will have a fast sync function together with the multi-signature function as well as the anonymous transaction function.
Undoubtedly, Tron is still on its winning streak regarding the daily transactions, and several things are said to be in progress such as improvement of the storage performance, transaction priority, node info API as well as the compiler compatibility.
All that the Tron enthusiasts are waiting for is the real-presentation of Odyssey 3.2 at the end of the month. Nonetheless, as things keep moving for the Sun-led blockchain project, it seems sooner or later Tron will achieve its goals – thanks to all the developments it’s making on a daily basis (almost).