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Tron [TRX] Foundation Acquires Blockchain App Store ‘CoinPlay’.

In line with a recent official ‘tweet‘ by Tron’s CEO named ‘Justin Sun’, The Tron Foundation, the firm behind Tron [TRX], the ‘Eleventh‘ major crypto-currency by market capitalisation, has acquired blockchain app store CoinPlay.

With this new acquisition, Tron intends to contribute to the aggregation of a wide section of blockchain applications & DApps [Decentralized applications] on one platform, eliminating the requirement to look up those apps at the standard traditional app stores, as per the ‘announcement‘ on Tron’s official web-blog.

CoinPlay offers several blockchain based games and software applications, along with practical guides, browser navigation, ratings and indices of major currencies. By acquiring CoinPlay, Tron [TRX] aims to expand to the worldwide adoption of ‘blockchain‘ by facilitating a simple doorway to the newcomers entering with the ecosystem.

As per the announcement, CoinPlay’s additional developments can embody support for multi-platforms, multi -currency real time quotes, multi-platform transaction volume & price.

The new acquisition follows Tron’s ‘acquisition‘ of BitTorrent, the leading P2P [Peer-to-Peer] client along with the operator of the widespread torrent client ‘Utorrent’, earlier in July last year.

Earlier in Jan. this year, BitTorrent launched its native Tron-based token named ‘BTT’. The token is meant to optimise network speed and offer much quicker downloads. Moreover, BitTorrent ‘declared‘ that it can release its public beta version for decentralised social media application ‘BitTorrent’ live by the Q2, this year.

Justin Sun – The founder of Tron additionally ‘revealed‘ a statement today stating that TRX has recently completed its MainNet upgrade v. 3.5, adding that the firm “will continue focusing on entertainment and content as a blockchain-enabled entertainment system.”

Just ‘yesterday‘, digital asset management firm named ‘Arrington XRP Capital’ incorporated with crypto-focused private fund & research house named ‘ByteSize Capital.’

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