Tron MainNet team decided among other great moves for the altcoin to invest $300,000 in top-class new projects.
One major step surrounding the official launch of Tron Main Net is the accelerator loan. The first batch of the chosen projects, which stemmed from the first Tron Programming Competition, has received their loans, according to the announcement of the team. Each project received $100,000.
The Tron Lab’s statement informed us that those first loans recipients include a developer team, and two individual developers, who will use them to standardize their projects.
Rovak is one of the most respected competitors, touted by the Tron team as the best block explorer in the competition. Actually, the statement wrote that the competitor is known within the community for its complete functionalities and the guarantee of excellent user experience, as ethereumworldnews.com wrote.
In the same line, the Getty/IO developed wallet is presented as an innovative exploration into wallet security. Even though Getty/IO failed to win award in the competition, the Tron team actively supported and openly celebrated the innovation and its promising perspective. At the same time, they stated that projects which did not win an award need further optimization to their developments. As a result, they should be recipients of loans.
The competition also featured the developer team, KENT, who was highly responsive and creative in the development of their outstanding wallet.
“We value their attitude and hope to inject a similar vitality into our developer community to maintain a great vibe for technical exchanges,” Tron team said about Team Kent in the statement.
“We highly appreciate their contribution to Tron ecosystem.”
In a nutshell, it became evident that the openness and candidness of the Tron community make it ready to welcome all Blockchain enthusiasts and developers and receive all new ideas regardless of the phase of the competition.