TRON Expands Into the Gaming Industry With $100 Million Funding Announcement

TRON continuous it’s march towards success as they’ve recently announced an expansion into blockchain gaming. Head of business development at TRON, Roy Liu, says they will be investing up to $100 million into a blockchain gaming fund named TRON arcade.  This investment plan will be taking place over the course of the next three years.

Gaming Fund

According to the announcement,

“The main goal of the fund is to empower developers to create and execute on their ideas, to introduce new games and content into an autonomous ecosystem, and to build a strong community of content and entertainment.”

Liu has equated blockchain technology with other groundbreaking gaming platform, those being VR (virtual reailty) and AG (augmented reality). By utilizing the power of blockchain to decentralize and securities assets, Tron goals are to expand ingenuity in the gaming industry.

CEO of TRON, Justin Sun, had this to say about TRON Arcade,

“TRON strives to tackle existing issues faced by the gaming industry by leveraging the open, transparent, and immutability of blockchain technology. TRON Arcade will play a crucial role in encouraging developers to join in our mission and provide the best blockchain gaming experience to users around the world.”

Our Thoughts

TRON continuous to expand in ways no one saw coming. With new’s of them expanding and reaching new mile stones coming out each day, it’s not wonder TRON has become quite the powerhouse in the crypto space. Recently they announced that they’ve successfully gained over 2 million transaction and over 700,000 registered accounts, amongst other success.

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Keith Wang

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