Today where cryptocurrency has become a huge marketplace with many altcoins available for users, no cryptocurrency wants to be outshined by any other. This results in a constant competition for being at the top.
For any individual who has even a little knowledge of cryptocurrencies know TRON and EOS as the two most famous and widely invested crypto. Each cryptocurrency has two networks, the MainNet where the transactions are done and the Testnet where the bug hunting and testings are performed.
On May 31st, TRON launched their own MainNet, which was named Odyssey 2.0, following which EOS launched their own MainNet on June 2nd. This has marked the start of a very cut-throat competition between the two cryptocurrencies as they give in their best to gain a big market base.
However, TRON had seemed to be very well versed in their quest, keeping in mind all the vulnerabilities as well as backup plans. In case of EOS, the launching was delayed a few days as a major bug was caught just days before the launch. Following this, the company launched a bug bounty campaign to fix up approximately 620 major and minor bugs which were diagnosed.
TRON, on the other hand, planned a bug bounty campaign before the launch as well as offered a reward of $1 million to those who uncovered the most severe bugs. This had many big security firms knocking TRON’s door for the job.
Also, the TRON’s owner, Justin Sun has kept its road-map quite transparent as to when the launch will happen and what will happen after. EOS had no such public figure.
One can conclude that TRON has learned from the mistakes of EOS. Also, the launch program has shown the effort TRON has put to prove their mettle. They have been in the shadow for long, and now it seems they are ready to outshine their competitors.
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