On 14th September, a cryptocurrency trading platform called Exodus announced the integration of Tron [TRX] on its latest version ‘1.60.0’.
Justin Sun, the CEO and Founder of Tron tweeted:
“#TRX has been integrated in @exodus_io, a desktop wallet featuring a built in exchange feature with over 1000 trading pairs. Download the latest release, version 1.60.0 from http://exodus.io/releases and you can send, receive, and exchange #TRX with over 40 other assets. #TRON $TRX”
Exodus is well known for evaluating the Mainnet coins and developing the required infrastructures to keep the coins running smoothly for its users. Exodus still supports the token swap for all the users with TRX ERC20 tokens on its platform. Also, the platform provides storing and swapping facilities for all the TRX holders without private key ownership on centralized exchanges.
A Twitterati named Powernator62 says:
“Price still low low low,most my money gone,explain justin please????”
A Tron Enthusiast says:
“the TRON train just dont stop.”
Apart from the integration of TRX, Exodus has also announced the addition of Tether [USDT] under its Ethereum assets section on the same day. The exchange also supports Mainnet swap for Vechain tokens and are working on the addition of EOS right now. However, the team has not fixed a timeline for this.
Tron [TRX] is currently at the 13th position according to market cap. The coin is trading at $0.019 with a market cap of $1.3 billion. The Tron Foundation recently announced the coin burn of the 5th batch of TRX ERC20 on 13th September. The coin had seen a significant surge of 9% in its price post the announcement by the team. It is being noticed that TRX had crossed the $0.20 mark yesterday. However, it has slightly moved to the bearish end and reached the current price.
Post the Mainnet launch which took place on 25th June, Tron has received support from various exchange platforms. At present, the coin is being traded the most on OKEx. Followed by BitForex, Binance, Huobi, Bithumb etc.
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