First TRON (TRX) Gaming DApp Played Over 10,000 Times on Release Day

Alan Wass

The first ever gaming DApp to be released on Tron (TRX) blockchain has been a massive hit, reportedly marking up over 10,000 plays on its first day. As TRON plans to dominate the streaming industry with its decentralized products, the success of its inaugural gaming DApp is a boon for the industry.

The Tron Foundation enjoys close relationships with developers and programmers who now use the platform to create a myriad of groundbreaking DApps for the innovative network.

Rolling the Dice with TRON (TRX) Gaming DApp

TRONbet is not just a fun and fair dice game but is the first ever TRON (TRX) gaming DApp that is currently making the news with over 10,000 plays in the first day after its launch. The game has become an instant hit with not just those who support the TRON platform, but also from crypto enthusiasts more broadly.

The TRON Foundation released the news in regards to the 10,000 plays on their Twitter official Twitter handle on October 16:

If you want to play TRONbet, the rules are pretty simple. The first thing you need to do if you are a TRX holder is to connect to a TRONLink wallet. This must be a TRX wallet. You will then be able to enter a betting total in TRX and a number that is used to denote an over or under outcome. If the number you have chosen is below the selected target number, you will get a payout to your wallet. It really is that simple. Roll the dice and let it ride.

The game has already become a massive success in the past few days since its launch with some users banking some nice payouts so far such as the user who banked $130 in TRX.

The developer team behind the first ever TRON (TRX) gaming DApp already had vast experience in the gaming industry way before crypto had ever surfaced. One of the major problems TRONbet and other gaming/betting crypto platforms have encountered has been security and transparency. The industry has been crying out for an e-gaming platform that could merge the latest DApp tech with sound security measures, fairness, and transparency.

News reports have also been circulating that the first ever game to be built on the TRON network, Magic Academy, will soon be available.

Job Searches for Blockchain Down Following Bitcoin’s Bear Market, Despite Growing Demand

  • Blockchain job seekers are on the decline following a drop in popularity for bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
  • Searches for blockchain and crypto jobs dropped in 2019 despite the number of openings increasing.

Two new reports on the job sector show that less people are applying to blockchain-based jobs following bitcoin’s bear market throughout 2018 and parts of this year. 

According to LinkedIn’s “Emerging Jobs” report, the industry of blockchain and role of “Blockchain Developer” failed to make the list for 2020. The report, which analyzes the job market and growth in different sectors, said the low demand for blockchain development by jobseekers was a result of a decline in popularity for crytpo-assets, 

Blockchain Developer didn’t return, which may not come as a surprise given the rapid decline in popularity of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

Another report by Seen, a tech hiring platform operated by Indeed.com, found a similar trend in the decline for blockchain roles by jobseekers. The report, which analyzed millions of jobs postings on Indeed.com, found that while demand for blockchain services remains high, developers seeking employment in the sector have declined. 

Indeed found that searches for bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrency roles has declined steadily since reaching a peak in early 2018. 

According to the report, 

Looking more recently, in the past year, the share of cryptocurrency job postings per million on Indeed have increased by 26%, while the share of searches per million for jobs have decreased by 53%.

The report continues,

We’ve previously covered how bitcoin’s volatility seems to correlate with job seeker interest, and the change in bitcoin price this year might be why job searches have declined.

However, the increase in jobs for blockchain means that current developers looking for employment will have their pick of the litter in 2020, even if the overall number of jobseekers in the sector has declined. 

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