TRON Is Now Available for Purchase With Credit Card via Changelly
TRON (TRX), a blockchain infrastructure for a decentralized internet, announced today that it has partnered with Changelly, an instant crypto swap exchange platform, to allow investors to use credit cards to securely and instantly purchase TRX.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) July 20, 2018
According to the announcement, the addition of TRX to Changelly provides the first direct connection between TRX and the U.S. dollar, which will ultimately enhance TRON’s global liquidity and influence on the traditional trading market.
In a statement accompanying the announcement, Justin Sun, the founder of TRON details the impact of the projects cooperation with Changelly.
Changelly has made remarkable contributions to the promotion of cryptocurrency globalization. With numerous fans and users around the world, TRON’s cooperating with Changelly will enable more people to understand and use TRX. Meanwhile, TRON’s large number of users will also give Changelly a boost to the development and popularization of digital assets.
TRON recently joined a number of other cryptocurrencies, including ZenCash (ZEC), Stellar (XLM), and NEO (NEO), as available secure storage options for investors on the Ledger Nano S. Interestingly, Ledger also recently announced a partnership with Changelly to power instant, secure token swaps via Ledger Live, the all-in-one companion app to the Ledger device.
TRON has been gaining momentum since the launch of its mainnet, and recent rumors around a potential Twitter partnership announcement on July 30 have investors swirling with anticipation.
After a big push from $0.0329 to $0.0426, the price of TRX has settled around $0.0363 for a 9.8% gain on the week. The project now has a market cap of $2.39 billion, making it one of the largest altcoins in the world.
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