Developers are empowered to create blockchain solutions and lead the gaming industry to a new level, thanks to the launch of TRON’s new gaming fund TRON Arcade.

TRON Arcade is a 3-year-long investment plan, which capital totals $100 million for the whole period.  This is another big project and commitment for the team of TRON, as earlier in 2018 the company acquired BitTorrent, the highly popular file-sharing software.

TRON Arcade is reportedly going to “empower developers” by providing them with the tools and opportunity to resolve present issues in the gaming industry. The implementation of blockchain technology in the gaming field will deliver solutions that promote transparency, immutability and openness.

CEO Justin Sun hopes that engaging with the gaming world will also help to boost TRON’s popularity and to encourage developers to join TRON and help further improve their services.

He added: “TRON strives to tackle existing issues faced by the gaming industry by leveraging the open, transparent, and immutability of blockchain technology. TRON Arcade will play a crucial role in encouraging developers to join in our mission and provide the best blockchain gaming experience to users around the world.”

TRON Arcade is expected to strengthen TRON Foundation’s position in the blockchain world and increase developer interest, especially as it comes after the recent start of Project Atlas.

It is part of TRON’s efforts to promote and achieve mass adoption of blockchain technology. Through security, immutability and activated decentralization, the project is aiming to attract the most imaginative minds in the creative industry.

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