TRON MainNet will see better stability, security, and convenience, as well as a lightweight built-in server with the upcoming Odyssey version 3.6 upgrade.
TRON Foundation revealed the upcoming major upgrade to its MainNet dubbed Odyssey, promising a built-in event server that is more lightweight and has more protocol data check.
With the version 3.6 upgrade, TRON Foundation listed six new features that aim to focus on privacy, convenience, security, and stability.
According to the official report, here are the new features developers can look forward to:
- New instructions are added for the TVM, including create2, bitwise shifting, and extcodehash, supporting more new features;
- Allow contract deployer to clear his contract’s existed ABI, further improving the privacy of the contract;
- Implement a more lightweight built-in event server, providing convenience for DApp developers to customize their own event service when they choose to switch on this feature.
- Enhance protocol data check to prevent malicious data on the chain;
- Add transaction permission settings for users, compatible with multi-signature;
- Optimize the P2P network and the block/transaction broadcasting process for gRPC/HTTP interface, further improving the stability of the TRON network.
The upcoming Odyssey version 3.6 upgrade comes at the right time as TRON MainNet continues to attract more dApp developers.
Justin Sun, CEO at TRON Foundation, recently shared that there are 1,258 commits on TRON, earning its 13th place on Github.
Meanwhile, Sun announced that he, along with Litecoin creator Charlie Lee, would have a lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett. Sun won Buffett’s Charity Lunch after bidding a little more than $4.5 million.
At press time, TRON (TRX) trades at $0.03, which is a 2.47-percent drop from the last 24 hours.