TRON is a layer-1 blockchain utilizing a delegated proof of stake consensus mechanism. Its eco-friendly network, low fees, and easy to use developer tools have allowed it to attain a massive amount of user growth and innovative projects.
Dave Uhryniak is the Director of Ecosystem Development at TRON DAO. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the technology:
Dave joined the TRON DAO in January 2022 and has become a highly visible part of the team that drives global expansion as they identify key opportunities across the blockchain industry and ensure the TRON ecosystem is positioned to thrive.
Involved in blockchain since 2016, Dave has provided strategic guidance for global payment companies and insurance companies, among others. He has led the successful development of multiple use cases in financial services, healthcare, and supply chain. He continually finds unique and creative ways to apply emerging technologies to enable corporations to achieve their strategic goals.
Dave began his career as an equity research analyst at a leading U.S. mutual fund company, where he conducted thorough bottom-up analysis of global and regional financial service companies. Dave has often been quoted in leading media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Bloomberg, and other publications.
Dave is a Certified Blockchain Solution Architect, holds an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School, and a BA from Westminster College (PA).
Among the interesting topics discussed in this episode are the recent CCRI report, that TRON is one of the top eco-friendly blockchains, and the TRON Grand Hackathon 2022 Season 3.
About TRON DAO
TRON DAO is a community-governed DAO dedicated to accelerating the decentralization of the internet via blockchain technology and dApps.
Founded in September 2017 by H.E. Justin Sun, the TRON network has delivered impressive achievements since the MainNet launch in May 2018. July 2018 also marked the ecosystem integration of BitTorrent, a pioneer in decentralized Web3 services boasting over 100 million monthly active users.
The TRON network has gained incredible traction in recent years. As of October 2022, it has over 116 million user accounts on the blockchain, more than 4 billion total transactions, and over $13.2 billion in total value locked (TVL), as reported on TRONSCAN. In addition, TRON hosts the largest circulating supply of USD Tether (USDT) stablecoin globally, overtaking USDT on Ethereum since April 2021. The TRON network completed full decentralization in December 2021 and is now a community-governed DAO. In May 2022, the over-collateralized decentralized stablecoin USDD was launched on the TRON blockchain, backed by the first-ever crypto reserve for the blockchain industry – TRON DAO Reserve, marking TRON’s official entry into decentralized stablecoins.
Most recently, in October 2022, TRON was designated as the national blockchain for the Commonwealth of Dominica, which is the first time a significant public blockchain partnering with a sovereign nation to develop its national blockchain infrastructure. On top of the government’s endorsement to issue Dominica Coin (“DMC”), a blockchain-based fan token to help promote Dominica’s global fanfare, seven existing TRON-based tokens – TRX, BTT, NFT, JST, USDD, USDT, TUSD, have been granted statutory status as an official digital currency and medium of exchange in the country.
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