Exchanges Supporting TRON (TRX) Divided

Exchanges that are providing support for TRON (TRX) are currently being divided into three categories. Additionally, the entire crypto community awaits the launch of TRON Virtual Machine and the following announcement of what the secret project is really about.

TRON-supporting exchanges in three categories

TRON (TRX) and its founder, Justin Sun, have certainly made a lot of headlines recently. The last two months, in particular, were extremely busy for this crypto, as well as for its creator. Under Sun’s leadership, TRON has entered dozens of partnerships, it managed to launch its MainNet, start a token migration, go through the token burn, buy BitTorrent, and those are only the biggest events surrounding the coin.

Now, the next big thing that TRX community is waiting is the announcement of TRON Virtual Machine Launch. The launch of TVM is expected for another reason, for this will also be marked by unveiling the secret project that Sun has been working on. This is something that the community has been talking about for weeks now, with no new information being provided.

Now, the TVM launch is finally here, and Sun has provided a list of crypto exchanges that continue to support TRX. The list is divided into three individual categories. The first category includes the exchanges that are supporting the migration of TRON coins permanently. This includes Gate.io, Binance, and Max.

The second category includes those exchanges that have continued the withdrawal and deposit of the coin. This is a longer list, and it includes Bitfinex, Bitbns, HitBTC, Houbi, Upbit OKEx, Changelly, WaziX, Coinnest, Zebpay, Cryptopia, Koinex, IDAX, Bibr, Bit-Z, Bitforex, Bittrex, Bitpie, Bjex, Cobo, Ceo, CoinEgg, Coinfalcon. Next, there are DragonEX and Freewallet, followed by Godex, Livecoin, as well as Liqui. In the end, there are OKCOIN, Ovis, OTCBTC, Quoine, RIGHTBTC, and finally, Simpleswap, and Tokenomy.

Finally, there is the third category, and this one includes the exchanges that still haven’t completed the token migration. These include 9coin exchange, 58coin, Coinhood, Bithumb, Coinneal, CEO, CoinTiger, CoolCoin, Dbank, EXMO, Koinok, Lbank, Lomostar, OpenLedger, OEX, Stock Exchange, HPX, Bitkop, BiBox, Bi, Bisale, Bitopro, BitFlip, Bixin, CEX.Com, Cashierest, Coinbene, CoinEx, CoinDelta, Coin Exchange, Coinoah, Coinnice, Fatbtc, Idcm.io, Qryptos, Mercatox, Rfinex, Tidex, and Sistemkoin.

Secret project about to be unveiled

As the launch of the TVM approaches, it would seem that a large part of the TRX community is equally as excited in the secret project announcement, if not more. This is the event that everyone has been expecting ever since the MainNet was launched, and Sun’s statement that the secret project is expected to bring 100 million active TRON users to the platform has had everyone hyped for months.

https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Additionally, Sun also said that the secret project might be even more significant than the MainNet launch itself. This has left a large impact, and the community came up with all kinds of theories and guesses. Some believe that TRON will announce a new partnership with Alibaba, while others believe that it has something to do with BitTorrent. Whatever the case may be, there is not much time left now, and everything will be known soon.

For the latest cryptocurrency news, join our Telegram!

Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Global Coin Report and/or its affiliates, employees, writers, and subcontractors are cryptocurrency investors and from time to time may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency and read our full disclaimer.

Image courtesy of Pexels

The post Exchanges Supporting TRON (TRX) Divided appeared first on Global Coin Report.

Read more at https://globalcoinreport.com/exchanges-supporting-tron-trx-divided/

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: