Tron’s main net launched on June 25th and has been running smoothly ever since, if slowly. The ERC20 TRX token swaps are manually being handled by each individual cryptocurrency exchange, and the process has taken much longer than previously expected. Plus, Pornhub lists Tron (TRX).
TRX Token Swap
Most of the larger cryptocurrency exchanges have completed the token swap. Bitforex was the first of the exchanges to complete the token swap on the 29th of June. Exchanges that have completed the swap and have resumed deposits/withdrawals of TRX include:
Most of all the major exchanges that investors trade TRX on are included in the list. However, it may take some time for some of these smaller exchanges to catch up.
Pornhub Lists Tron
Back in late June, Tron announced that TRX would be accepted on Pornhub.
@Pornhub is now accepting TRX! The leading adult website will soon offer #TRX as a payment method. With over 85 million daily visitors, Pornhub is currently ranked 13 across all website categories in the world! pic.twitter.com/9VlJm43Fnn
— Tron Foundation (@Tronfoundation) June 27, 2018
The adult website now accepts Verge (XVG), ZenCash (ZEN), and Tron (TRX).
Tron (TRX) Price
Despite all the changes and upgrades to the Tron network, its price has yet to reflect its progress.
TRX’s price stagnancy may have been from the two weeks where most of the major exchanges didn’t allow withdrawals and deposits of TRX as the token swap was happening.
Still, most exchanges are now up and running, but there has yet to be a price spike. Binance announced its completion just hours ago, and yet TRX is in the red.
At press time, TRX remains the 12th largest cryptocurrency by its market cap and is trading at $0.0334 a coin, down -7.67%. For the month, TRX is down -33%, but in 90 days, the coin is only down -9.2%.
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