Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange for Crypto Assets (GBX-DAX) Adds Tron (TRX) Token for Trading

The GBX, also referred to as the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange, which is an institutional grade together with an insured and a regulate token platform and a digital exchange has just announced a new addition to their platform.

They have a new addition of the TRON (TRX), to its current digital asset exchange, the GBX-DAX. The GBX-DAX had brought TRON by the Sponsor Firm StratX, and this will also follow the addition of EOS and the XRP in the next few weeks.

The Managing Director and the Founder of the GSX, Nick Cowan, went ahead to state that they are very delighted with the announcement of the new addition to their platform, the TRX. The goal for TRON is to ensure it is able to transform the entertainment industry with the creation of the decentralized ecosystem that can be used for content sharing. The system has been bolstered with very strong developers who are in tune with the company mission.

More On The TRON

The Tron has been established as an operating system that is based on the blockchain technology; it was created with the primary aim of finding ways it can decentralize the internet and the infrastructure within, while also slowly transforming the entertainment industry.

With the TRX token, you are able to submit a decentralized application, easily share content and files while on the TRON platform. You will also be able to store, publish and even own some data and be able to interact with other users on the platform with great ease.

The main objectives of the TRON platform are to ensure it is able to decentralize the global content, allow the content creators in the market to generate adequate revenues without having to rely on the use of the third-party application.

Michael Horowitz, who is the CEO of the StratX company went on to say that they are a very proud sponsor of the GBX, and it was a privilege for them to help in the facilitation of the partnership that is in place, as these two companies are highly regarded in the market.

StratX is also pleased to go ahead and introduce Justin Sun and the Tron foundation to the very first insured and regulated blockchain exchange that is in the market, a platform that is owned by the EU regulated stock exchange.

As the markets are slowly evolving and maturing with the changes, the primary focus for the StratX company is ensuring they have matched pioneering and dynamic issuer projects with the institutional quality exchanges in the market.

Horowitz goes on to say that the TRON together with the GBX is a clear representation of the future of this growing industry; thus, they will be able to provide a very strong foundation to ensure there is a continued success.

More On The GBX-DAX

The platform has been established as a digital asset exchange that has been built on the best practices in institutional grade coupled with good governance.

One that has been driven from the experience of the capital markets that has been gained through the parent company of GBX, the Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX), which is a stock exchange that has been regulated by the EU.

The company ensured they had designed the GBX-DAX platform to be very intuitive together with easy to use. This is from having stringent verification requirements to the listing of their wide range of assets on the platform. Every aspect within this platform has been designed to work towards creating the most secure and professional trading environment you can find in the market.

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