In Zdybał’s post, he noted that he expects “many challenging problems.” However, the new Tron developer did not shed light on the problems he expects to face.
Tron CEO and founder Justin Sun welcomed Zdybał on Twitter, stating: “Welcome on board. Looking forward to seeing more talented developers join us.”
The news was made public on the same day Justin Sun announced that “Tron will be listed on BitMartExchange, a premier global digital asset trading platform in the cryptocurrency market with over 540,000 users worldwide.”
To add to the recent wave of good news for Tron, on December 26th, Sun revealed on Twitter that Tron had reached “one million user addresses in six months” since its launch.
With the addition of Zdybał to the development team, along with Tron’s 2018 success – reaching the top 10 largest cryptocurrencies in terms of market cap – what does 2019 have in the store for Sun, Zdybał, and Tron as a whole?
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