Tron Foundation recently announced another three exchanges that have confirmed their support for TRX token migration. The newly announced exchangers include: IDAX, HitBTC and B-I.TOP. The official announcement was also confirmed by the Founder and CEO of Tron, Justin Sun, who tweeted about the recent news on his official Twitter page.
International Digital Asset Exchange or IDAX was created from Global Blockchain Research Center (GBC), which is a blockchain research center concentrated on research on “blockchain exchange research”. In addition, GBC is also a global digital assets service platform that mainly operates in Mongolian market.
Current key goal of the company is to boost the IDAX platform’s innovation and development processes. “We are in operation, in order to establish the highest quality digital asset exchange platform of the blockchain globalization according to the “Secure, prompt, stable, sophisticated/ precise” activity guidance”, states the official information on the company website.
HitBTC was established in 2013, with the aim to provide the market for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Monero, USDT, and more than other 300 cryptocurrencies. According to the company website, “the platform has earned its reputation for fault-tolerance, flawless uptime, and high availability. Its core matching engine is among the best technological products in its class, offering traders a wide range of features such as real-time clearing and cutting-edge order matching algorithms”.
B-I.TOP claims to keep customer’s interest at the forefront in order to full their vision to promote the development of cryptocurrency exchange industry. According to the official comment of Tron about B-I.TOP, the company “is a professional exchange for the majority of cryptocurrency lovers. Since establishment, the exchange has always adhered to the faith of integrity comes first”.
Tron, as known, launched its virtual machine on May 25 and the mainnet on May 31. The company scheduled the token migration on June 21, and the first 27 super representative elections will take place on June 26.