Published: 2018-11-13 04:15:11
Blockport Exchange Adds Support for Tron (TRX) and Instant Euro-Fiat Direct Trading Options

The cryptocurrency exchange Blockport has decided to add support for Tron (TRX). In this way, Tron becomes the tenth virtual currency to be listed in the platform. The information was released by the company a few days ago in a blog post. A few weeks ago, the platform added support to other two virtual currencies, IOTA and NEO, both top 20 cryptocurrencies.

The platform announced the new Tron integration in this way:

“In keeping the momentum high after last week’s listings of both IOTA and NEO, the Blockport team is excited to officially be listing TRX (Tron) today!”

With this listing, users will be able to buy and sell TRX tokens using the euro gateway. The Tron European community has the possibility to enter the crypto market purchasing Tron directly with Euros.

Before, it was more complicated for Europeans to purchase Tron. Users had to operate in the market with other virtual currencies or with another fiat currency.

It is also important to mention that the company has also enabled euro withdrawal functionality on their platform. With this implementation, users have two new ways to interact with the virtual currency market.

Tron aims at creating and establishing a decentralized infrastructure for the whole internet community. The Tron Foundation led by Justin Sun has been expanding all over the world and in the virtual currency market. This year, Tron bought the decentralized file-sharing platform BitTorrent, becoming in this way, one of the largest crypto and blockchain networks in the world.

At the time of writing, Tron is the 11th virtual currency in terms of market capitalization being worth $1.49 billion dollars. Each TRX token can be currently purchased for $0.022727 dollars, according to CoinMarketCap.

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