The TRON Foundation has been establishing partnerships and launching different updates for which a while, but they still need support in their efforts. That seems to be exactly the intention of Exodus, which is a cryptocurrency wallet that is now offering their services in the form of a partnership with TRON. They announced this collaboration on Twitter, saying, “Exodus now supports Tron $TRX MainNet.
TRX is exchangeable with nearly 50 assets. You can swap BTC, ETH, XRP, XLM, OMG, DGB and many other coins directly for TRX within the comfort and security of your own wallet. Download Exodus today: http://bit.ly/2QnYSoG”
The list of updates for the TRON Foundation is rather extensive, as Justin Sun named every new development, from the planning coin burn to updates for BitTorrent. Along with the help from Exodus, he’s gathered support from BitBay, Bittrex, Binance, and other exchanges. He added that the uTorrent application from BitTorrent has launched, though it is presently only serving users in China. Though much of the information from Sun was about the achievements of TRON versus Ethereum and EOS, users still commented with concerns on the Exodus post.
One user, Chris Morton, said, “If you have the old TRX tokens in Exodus how do you convert them for MainNet Tron tokens on exodus. If you go to wallet in Exodus, it shows TRX (old) and Tron manner as separate wallets.”
Exodus was ready to answer the inquiry right away, saying, “Hi Chris. You’ll need to send the TRX tokens to Binance so they can be swapped for the MainNet TRX. Then you can send them to your new TRX address in Exodus. +dz” – Exodus”
As the conversation unraveled, the user brought up the EOS tokens that are in a frozen state with Exodus at the moment. He also questioned whether frozen tokens will have the option of becoming EOS Mainnet tokens at some point. When Exodus replied, they commented that the EOS Mainnet is just in the beta stage, but the testing should soon be over.