Tron Gets TRX Coin Inclusion On CoinDeal And BTCAlpha Crypto Exchanges
Tron was able to complete the launch of its Virtual Machine (VM) on August 30. In order to celebrate so, they decided to do a live stream. After it, the famous virtual currency began trading on two important exchanges BTCAlpha and CoinDeal.
This is very important for Tron that is trying to expand in many different markets. On the BTCAlpha exchange, Tron will be available for trading in TRX/USD and TRX/BTC pairs. Additionally, CoinDeal will only be offering TRX/BTC trading.
However, there is a special event for Tron users. Justin Sun, founder of the Tron Foundation, announced that CoinDeal would hold a contest that would be giving away up to 100000 TRX tokens. Additionally, the prize pool for the contest is going to be 200,000 TRX tokens.
#TRX is available on @CoinDeal_ , a new innovative cryptocurrency exchange platform to answer growing needs of the most demanding traders. #TRONICS can trade in a pair of TRX/BTC. #TRON $TRX pic.twitter.com/0zPQlbuJUI
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) August 31, 2018
In order to participate users need to sign up to CoinDeal’s platform and follow Tron and CoinDeal on Twitter. It is also mandatory to be part of the Telegram channel of both the exchange and Tron.
— CoinDeal (@CoinDeal_) August 30, 2018
Those who want to receive 100,000 TRX have to take a quiz that is known as ‘Game of Tron.’ Those users with the highest scored will be the winners. The first position will be receiving 100,000 TRX, the second place 50,000 TRX and the third position 30,000. The last two places will be receiving 15,000 and 5,000 RX respectively.
Furthermore, the Tron Foundation announced that up to August 29, 292,859 accounts have been open. At the same time, on August 20, the network registered a peak of 416,497 transactions.
About it, Justin Sun commented:
“With high performance and usability of Tron, daily transaction and Tron network account has grow very fast. Now Tron has become one of the largest decentralized networks in the world.”