After the successful launch of Tron Mainnet back in June 25, the company informed about locking the assets by the Tron Foundation with the intention of keeping the safety of the network. The company recently informed that from the available 34,251,807,524 TRX, the company burned 1 billion TRX during the Mainnet launch.
As a result, the TRX were locked in 1000 addresses of the Tron Mainnet. The information was also posted by the founder and CEO of Tron, Justin Sun who also informed that the 1,000 addresses are revealed.
The company also informed that they will be making a query tool in order to supervise those addresses and make the search process much more easier for the users.
In addition, as Tron token migration took place from June 21 to 24 which followed by Super Representative elections later on June 26, more exchanges officially announced about supporting the Tron blockchain upgrade together with its token migration.
As the token migration was in process new exchangers were officially announced and introduced separately by the company. And recently, Tron also published the official list of all the 53 exchanges and wallets that currently support the Tron token migration as of today, July 2. The company also confirmed that the list is constantly growing as new exchangers have possibility to announce their support as well.
The recently published list was informed to be updated as new exchangers join in. The published list includes: Bi, Bibox, BIHUEX, Binance, Bitbns, Bitfinex, Bitflip, Bitforex, Bithumb, BITKOP, BitoEX, Bitpie, Bittrex, Bit-Z, Bixin, BJEX, CEO, COBINHOOD, Cobo, CoinBene, CoinEgg, CoinEx, Coinfalcon, Coinnest, Coinoah, CoinTiger, Cryptopia, DragonEX, Gate.io, HitBTC, HPX, Huobi, IDAX, IDCM.IO, Indodax, Koinex, Lbank, Liqui, Livecoin, lomostar, Max Exchange, Mercatox, OEX, OkCoin-kr, OKEx, OTCBTC, Rfinex, RIGHTBTC, Sistemkoin, stock.exchange, Tokenomy, Upbit, Zebpay.