Here Is the First Game On the Tron (TRX) Network
The era of decentralized applications on the Tron Network officially begun when the Tron foundation integrated the Tron Virtual Machine onto the Mainnet on the 30th of August. What then remains, is for the TVM to be activated on the 8th of October. Justin Sun has since requested the Tron community for ideas as to the type of DApps they want to see on the platform.
Justin has also announced the most recent and exciting news of the development of the first game based on the Tron Network. In the tweet, Justin Stated the following:
@BitGuildPLAT and Magic Academy: the world’s first idle blockchain game based on #TRON network. #TRX $TRX
The full tweet can be found below.
⚡️@BitGuildPLAT and Magic Academy: the world’s first idle blockchain game based on #TRON network. #TRX $TRX https://t.co/x1Thmyw0aC
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) September 30, 2018
More About BitGuild and Magic Academy
BitGuild’s mission is to usher in a new era where game players interact with their games and have true ownership of items in them. The players can then buy, sell, or trade these game items or asset whenever they want to. There is also the added benefit of developers having the freedom to create and sell their creations on the gaming platforms.
The team at BitGuild consists of game-development veterans from all over the world who have created Magic Academy as the world’s first idle blockchain game based on Tron. The team goes on to explain the following about the new game:
By buying wizards and upgrade items, you can upgrade the currency in this magic world — your production of Jade. Any Jade you own is a TRC20 Token. By buying warriors, you can get your battle power, then upgrade your battle power by buying related upgrade items, attack the other players and steal their Jade.
The announcement on Magic Academy goes on to state that it is written using the Solidity programming language. To not is that Solidity is compatible with the Tron mainnet through the Tron Virtual Machine.
All the code, rules and numerical design of Magic Academy are written in the smart contract using Solidity — it’s open, transparent and credible. All the transactions can be completed quickly via a Tron wallet such as Treasure, and all of them can be tracked and inquired on the chain.
What do you think about the new development on the first game based on the Tron Network? Is this a sign of greater things to come given that the Tron network is 80 times faster than Ethereum’s? Please let us know in the comment section below.
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