Tron [TRX] Gains Support From Exodus – Tron (TRX) News Today

On September 14th, a crypto-currency trading platform called Exodus announced its integration with the latest version of Tron [TRX], “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 and you can send, receive, and exchange #TRX with over 40 other assets. #TRON $TRX ”

Exodus is well-known in the development of the necessary infrastructure to evaluate Mainnet coins and to ensure smooth operation of users of money. Exodus still supports coin exchange for all users with TRX ERC20 tokens on their platform. In addition, the platform provides warehousing and clearing facilities for all TRX owners without the need for private key ownership at central exchanges.

TRON (TRX) Price Today – TRX / USD

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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 the TRX, Exodus announced that Tether [USDT] was added to the Ethereum assets section within the same day. The change also supports Mainnet clearing for Vechain tokens and is currently working on the addition of EOS. However, the team did not set a timetable for it.

Tron (TRX) is now 13th according to the market cap. The coin is being traded at a price of $ 0.019 with a market value of $ 1.3 billion. On the occasion of the Tron Foundation’s passing, on September 13th the 5th party announced the corruption of TRX ERC20. After the announcement of the team, a significant increase of 9% was observed. It is noticed that the TRX exceeded $ 0.020 yesterday. However, it tended to decline slightly and reached current prices.

Tron, who launched Mainnet on June 25th, received support from various exchange platforms. Right now, coin is being traded mostly on OKEx. BitForex, Binance, Huobi, Bithumb etc. Followed by.

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