Why Samsung’s Support For Tron Could Be The Start Of Something Big


The recent move by Samsung to include some crypto projects in its Blockchain Keystore, one of these projects being TRON, a blockchain-based network has brought about good tidings to the network according to the CEO Justin Sun in a new interview with Forbes. Reacting to the new partnership opportunity, Tron’s CEO Justin Sun said that the move was akin to the beginning of a new era.

Others Will Pay Attention

For one, Samsung is one of the most popular tech companies in the world, and that’s one thing that makes its move to add various crypto projects in its system a huge deal. Being a large influential entity, Samsung’s move is bound to attract the attention of other important entities that may eventually be interested in blockchain technology as well.

From an optimistic point of view, this is obviously a really good development, and if things work out smoothly, blockchain technology and cryptos could soon go fully mainstream as more tech companies and institutions integrate them into their platforms.

For instance, if Samsung’s move works to its advantage, others like Apple, Huawei, OnePlus, and Xiaomi would be inclined to do the same.

TRON Could Dominate

TRON offers a great platform on which various developers can create intriguing decentralized applications, and now these developers stand to reap more as TRON gets more exposure – which in turn boosts their exposure too. In this case, TRON could soon become a pretty attractive platform for Devs.


Indeed, this is not the first time that TRON is beating the competition. A short while ago, there were reports that Devs had started ditching other platforms like Ethereum for TRON.

Now that TRON is getting more support form one of the most popular tech platforms in the world, there’s every reason to expect the network to dominate the App development industry. In essence, TRON could soon eclipse the gaming industry, given that a lot of developers are focused on gaming apps.