- Samsung Took the Space on Tron Blockchain to Integrate Adoption of TRX
- HTC & Google Joins Samsung to Aid Adoption of TRX
Justin Tron took to his twitter page to announce the integration of Samsung on Tron Blockchain Keystore, a space that was vacant up until now, it was reserved for Ethereum assets and Bitcoin. With this integration, Galaxy S10 owners now have access to Tron (TRX) tokens and Tron DApps through Samsung devices.
TRON (TRX) Price Today – TRX / USD
Name Price $54,036.00 $0.121
Samsung’s Blockchain Keystores is a secure district for hosting blockchain assets and applications that are available at scale for the first time, on possibly millions of mobile devices. While in Reality, the uptake is probably a lot less.
Currently going by the research by the State of the DApps, there are only 3,127 decentralized apps (DApps) in use, these accounts approximately have 100,000 daily active users. According to the recent update by Tron, about 611 DApps have been created on the Tron network and Tron’s DApps are having 276,000 daily average users (DAU) with an average growth rate of 1.2% weekly.
HTC & Google Joins Samsung to Aid Adoption of TRX
When the figures of State of the DApps were compared against that of Tron, it was evident that Tron has more daily average users than all of the joint DApps on the State of the DApps. This shows that there might be data-bias in one or both of these sets of data. The amount of smart contract blockchains inflated in the last two years has led to a lot of Ethereum killers promising better technology stacks, with swift transaction speeds, reduced transaction costs, and improved features than Ethereum.
So far, there has not been serious competition against Ethereum, Tron has been heating up in the Smartphone blockchain space. In the hope to aid mass adoption, hardware manufacturers such as HTC and Samsung have started supporting crypto assets in a bid to dominate blockchain smartphone competition.
Phil Chen representing HTC stated that: “For the smartphone category to grow again, we need more adoption of crypto phones.” Likewise, Google has also publicized its interest in the blockchain market by making its “public blockchain data freely available in BigQuery through the Google Cloud Public Datasets Program.” Although it is still early to denote what this means for Google, it is evident that Google has a growing interest in the crypto phone market, particularly with how Google now supports six cryptocurrencies through the Google Crypto Public (GCP) Marketplace.
So far, Tron’s integration on the Samsung Blockchain Keystore shows how cryptocurrencies are taking advantage of enterprise partnerships to grow from early crypto adopters to hit mass adoption.