DLive’s video sharing platform joins the BitTorrent ecosystem and moves from the Lino blockchain to TRON, integrating the BTT token.</p>
At the beginning of next year, the DLive streaming service, previously launched by BitTorrent, will merge with DLive.
DLive will also start using the BitTorrent File-Sharing System (BTFS) distributed file storage and sharing system and integrate account systems with the peer-to-peer network.
Until the transition to the TRON blockchain is completedthe platform will continue to support the Lino chain. Lino's technical infrastructure is being integrated into BitTorrent, but the LINO token will not be the unit of calculation in the new ecosystem.
The platform will completely abandon the use of the previous blockchain after the migration to TRON is completed.
DLive has 5 million active users per month, with BitTorrent this figure reaches 100 million.
TRON founder Justin Sun announced a new acquisition for the BitTorrent ecosystem and BTT token the day before.
Recall that the company itself, the developer of the peer-to-peer protocol for file sharing, Sun bought last year.