TRON News: EtherGoo, an Ethereum-based game will now be called TronGoo, as the popular game makes a shift from the Ethereum(ETH) network to the Tron Network. Tron Arcade released the information in a blog post on January 4.
The game allows users to acquire Goo. It is possible to produce it or just steal it from other players on the game. Goo can be used to purchase production units and barracks. The strategy is very simple, barracks units are used to defend and attack while production unites increase users’ daily Goo.
— TRON Arcade (@TRONArcade) January 4, 2019
Interestingly, the players will be able to earn real TRX tokens, depending upon the Goo a player is able to earn in-game.
Tron commented about this issue:
“The TRON network and the TRON Arcade fund will always welcome developers with open arms. We’re confident that working together will allow our technology and communities to fuel the next wave of innovation and adoption.”
During the last years, decentralized applications have observed massive growth in terms of numbers, however, the number of users comparatively remains low. Tron recently managed to surpass Ethereum in the number of daily transactions and active users. Tron has managed to successfully push the adoption of dApss to a wider audience.
Though 2018 has been a very hard year for virtual currencies, the plummeting price points haven’t affected the developers of the crypto space. The developers including the EtherGoo team has been relentlessly working to improve their performance and push for mainstream adoption. EtherGoo is soon expected to surpass CryptoKitties as the top dApp in terms of daily active users on the Ethereum platform.
In November, Tron unveiled TRON Arcade, a $100 million fund for the gaming industry. The key aim is to develop games using blockchain technology and the Tron network, in order to enable individuals to start using blockchain technology and expand its capabilities.
The shift by Tron Goo has positively affected the price of Tron during the last 24 hours. The price grew more than 10% when it moved from $0.02 to $0.023 in just a few hours.