Crypto-collectible game, Blockchain Cuties launch their TRON version

29 Dec, 2018 | Updated: 29 Dec, 2018
by Fifi Arisandi
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Crypto-collectible game, Blockchain Cuties launch their TRON version

Award-winning crypto collectible game, Blockchain Cuties recently launched the TRON version of the game.

The TRON version of the crypto-collectible game is said to be a little different with the ones they already have on both Ethereum (ETH) and EOS platforms, with unique cuties, items and probably locations.  

The game developer believes that the new version will add more opportunities to users in representing the Cuties in the battlefield, while also expecting for a higher transaction speed to bring more options to the gameplay.

TRON, on the other hand, is convinced that an extension through the sidechain will improve the speed to 1,000 transactions per second (TPS), which is way above Ethereum’s 15 TPS and Bitcoin’s 7 TPS.

Initially launched on Ethereum in April 2018, the CEO of the game that allows users to collect, breed and trade different animals tokens, such as cats, lizards, puppies, bears and fantastic creatures, Vladimir Tomko said he had been looking for ways to work with TRON since June 2018.

The TRON version of the Best Crypto Game Award winner at Crypto Games Conference 2018 also offer exclusive cuties, such as Red Hedgehog, Fairy Dragon, Bear-o-Bull, LilTronbeary and Tronbeary that are not available on the other versions.

In addition, with Blockchain Cuties joining the TRON network, the 100-miilion worth TRON Arcade finally has its first crypto collectible game, as reported by Cointelegraph.

“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’s CEO, Justin Sun said.

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