Bithumb Adds TRX, WIN and BTT Trading Pairs with BTC and USDT Options


Bithumb Global, one of the subsidiaries of the famous Korean crypto exchange, has recently affirmed that three new tokens will start to be traded in the platform: Tron (Tron), BTT (BitTorrent) and WIN (WinToken).

According to the company, the announcement was part of something called the Tron Week, a campaign that will add tokens related to the Tron Foundation to the exchange. Trading is set to be started on September 3, at 3 p. m. (UTC+8). Deposits are already available.

Tron and BitTorrent tokens will have two trading pairs: TRX/BTC, TRX/USDT, BTT/BTC and BTT/USDT. WIN, however, will only be present in the WIN/USDT trading pair.

Despite the listing, TRX is suffering in the market. Each token costs $0.015 USD at the moment, with the token down almost 10% in the last 24 hours. The market cap of Tron tokens is $1.05 billion USD.

The Tron Foundation, Justin Sun And A Successful Run So Far

Justin Sun and his Tron Foundation are important figures in the crypto market. He launched Tron, which received its own mainnet last year, and has been very successful since then. Tron came out of nowhere to become a fierce competitor in the blockchain scenario, taking on projects such as Ethereum (ETH) and EOS and winning sometimes.

Last year, the Tron Foundation acquired BitTorrent and has started a partnership with WINk, a gaming platform. With this success, it is no surprise that Tron is so famous and huge companies such as Bithumb Global are having their “Tron Weeks”.

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