Tron’s founder Justin Sun has recently announced via Twitter that there will be a fund created by the foundation. The goal of this will rescue any potential developers of EOS and Ethereum if they move their Decentralized Applications to the Tron Network.
The fact that EOS and Ethereum are having a hard time is no secret. The entire industry is facing a possible crash but, in the smart contract world, Ethereum and EOS are facing the highest threat of collapse.
The development team happens to be Ethereum Classic Development Company aka ETCDEV, which recently announced that they would be shutting down their operations.
The team has been responsible for taking care of the main client of Ethereum Classic, Classic Geth, ever since the occurrence of the DAO hack that resulted in split chains.
TRON founder Justin Sun made his offer with the condition that developers migrate their decentralized applications to the TRON Foundation network.
Sun got hundreds of responses many of which ridiculed the founder or tempered calls for unity in the crypto space. One user referred to the divisions over the recent Bitcoin Cash hard fork apprehensively and stated that it looks like a dApp war is in the headlights.
One of the supposed Twitter accounts for one of the EOS network block producers responded directly to Sun by stating:
We think we will be just fine given the billion dollars in VC funding for #EOS and #EOSIOprojects that is locked and loaded around the world at Galaxy, SVK Crypto, Tomorrow, etc. Appreciate the offer, though. Best of luck, Justin. @block_one_ @SVK_Crypto@tomorrowbc
— EOS New York (@eosnewyork) December 7, 2018