More than 3 billion Huawei users in 170 countries now have access to TRON’s BitTorrent, the world’s largest distributed network service, which was previously unavailable.
Using its AppGallery, Huawei, the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker, has integrated BitTorrent (BTT), a TRON portfolio project, onto their latest products. Huawei Mobile Services has integrated four new applications into the Huawei ecosystem: BitTorrent, BitTorrent Pro, uTorrent, and uTorrent Pro. These applications were previously unavailable in the Huawei environment.
Approximately three billion Huawei customers in 170 countries may now access the largest decentralized network directly from their mobile devices. It furthermore enables them to become more productive. It is now possible to access the world’s largest distributed blockchain network and file-sharing services on your mobile phone. This is if you are a regular BitTorrent desktop user. Or, you own a Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, P40, P40 Pro, or P40 Plus handset.
BitTorrent is the world’s largest decentralized platform. It has over 100 million active users and over 2 billion installs, making it the world’s largest decentralized platform. It was in 2018 when TRON bought BitTorrent and began the process of integrating BitTorrent into the TRON network. TRON is one of the most popular and successful blockchain projects in the world. BitTorrent releases the BTT token, which drives the full BitTorrent X ecosystem. TRON is one of the most popular and successful blockchain projects globally.
As the world’s largest telecoms equipment producer, Huawei surpassed Apple in 2018 to become the second-largest smartphone manufacturer. It surpassed Samsung and LG. Huawei believes in embracing the future and its many possibilities and setting the standard for the industry.
Development of New Protocol
This collaboration between TRON and BitTorrent Asia has sparked the development of a new protocol. It will connect apps in Huawei’s ecosystem with the TRON network through BTT and take advantage of decentralized features such as BTFS. An independent TRON community team in Singapore is spearheading the development of this protocol (BitTorrent File System).
This is another significant step forward for TRON and BitTorrent, as they are now on the list of the stock exchange of one of the world’s top Android manufacturers, according to Justin Sun, co-founder of TRON and CEO of BitTorrent. Using Huawei devices and technologies, we are looking forward to seeing the flowering world of distributed networks grow.
TRON dedicates establishing a boundary-free internet environment to promote innovation across industries. All Decentralized Applications benefit from TRON’s high throughput, scalability, and availability, one of the most prominent blockchain protocols globally (DApps). The ecosystem is administered by Super Representatives elected by the general public.
TRON Ecosystem is Growing
TRON’s partnership with Huawei is not the first of its sort; earlier this year, it worked with Samsung, introducing many of its decentralized apps (dApps) into the South Korean manufacturer’s Galaxy Store. A TRON wallet also includes. But, in Justin Sun’s opinion, the Huawei deal is even more significant.
Sun said that featuring of one of the world’s top Android manufacturers is another massive milestone for TRON and BitTorrent. He added that they are ecstatic to witness the expanding world of distributed networks grow with Huawei devices and technology.
While most Android users will be concerned with the BitTorrent app’s capacity to enable high-speed downloads, the underlying blockchain technology is an essential component. This is through the BitTorrent File System, which allows TRON application developers to access distributed storage, ensuring that the dApps they produce are decentralized.
Web3 proponents believe that the future internet will be self-sufficient and distributed. In other words, rather than leaving their data to centralized digital behemoths, individuals will be responsible for storing and accessing it. If this paradigm becomes a reality, it will rely on networks like BTFS and Bluzelle to provide distributed storage at a low cost and large scale.