Justin Sun’s Tron Tweet creates unrest

In the world of the crypto currency, people’s minds are often divided. With so many different opinions and “personalities”, conflicts are inevitable. Justin Sun, founder of the Tron Foundation, has attracted the attention of Vitalik Buterin.

Justin Suns – The Trigger Tweet
Earlier this week, the founder of the Tron Foundation, Justin Sun, posted on Twitter about Tron’s benefits. He claims his product is superior to Ethereum in many ways. It has a higher transaction throughput, no fees and constant coin combustion. Additionally, the programming language Java is used, which is more common than Solidity.

Justin Sun

@justinsuntron
Why #TRON is better than #ETH: 1. 10000TPS vs. 25TPS 2. zero fee vs. high fee 3. consistent Coinburn vs. no coinburn 4. Java vs. Solidity 5. strong extensibility vs. no ex. 6. 1 billion USD developers rewards vs. no plan 7. 100 million users vs. small number #TRX $TRX

11:05 – Apr 6 2018
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While strictly speaking, these statements are correct, Tron currently has little more than a test network. The test net was only released a week ago. For a multi-billion dollar project, Tron had no working code for several months. Ethereum, on the other hand, has been around for several years.

It is always easy to say that a new project is better when someone else has laid the foundations. Although Ethereum is far from perfect, it is not comparable to Tron. It makes no sense to compare the two, as they are very different from each other. This does not mean that they cannot be successful in the long run. There are still many challenges for both teams to master.

Vitalik Buterin takes it personally
Although most people think Vitalik Buterin was always friendly, his Twitter answer was not without. Buterin pointed out that Tron is better at copying existing white papers than Ethereum.

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Justin Sun

@justinsuntron
– 6 Apr. 2018
Why #TRON is better than #ETH: 1. 10000TPS vs. 25TPS 2. zero fee vs. high fee 3. consistent Coinburn vs. no coinburn 4. Java vs. Solidity 5. strong extensibility vs. no ex. 6. 1 billion USD developers rewards vs. no plan 7. 100 million users vs. small number #TRX $TRX pic.twitter.com/WvxH5EToa8

 

Vitality Non-giver of Ether

@VitalikButerin
8th Better white paper writing capability (Ctrl+C + Ctrl+V much higher efficiency than keyboard typing new content)

11:53 – Apr 6 2018
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Ethereum has been solid in technical terms for several years. Tron still has a lot to prove, although her test net seems to hold up pretty well. A test network is not the same as a main network with thousands of users. In addition, it remains to be seen whether Tron will ever be able to test its massive transaction throughput in a real scenario.

Krypto – Enthusiasts and developers should work together instead of teasing unnecessary marketing tweets. At the moment Tron, without a functioning Main network, is not in the same league as Ethereum.