CEO and Founder of Tron, Justin Sun recently shared good news on the new official listing for TRX on Cryptocurrency exchange platform, Indacoin. His official message on Twitter stated that Tron is now available on Indacoin, “an exchange built on the basis of the anti-fraud platform”.
From the exchanger’s side the official announcement stated: “NEW UPDATE! We are proud to list Tron (TRX) on our platform! One of the most promising cryptocurrencies is finally available for a purchase with your credit card”. The message also provided the official link to the platform, where users are able to purchase the coin.
The official announcement also confirmed that as of now, users can purchase Tron (TRX) in major fiat currencies such as USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, and RUB. Users are hence now able to use their personal Visa and Mastercard to make the transactions. Meanwhile the announcement informed that these cards need to support 3d Secure function. In addition, the acquisition of the coins is reportedly very time-efficient. As reported, the average time for acquiring the coins is from 15 to 30 minutes.
The official announcement also provided a brief description about Tron’s new partner exchange platform. According to the message, “Indacoin is an exchange built on the basis of the anti-fraud platform. It uses a cutting-edge technology to detect and prevent fraudulent attempts to purchase digital coins with banking cards. The system analyzes more than 30 different factors for client evaluation to make the most accurate client scores. The goal of Indacoin is the simplification of the investing process in digital assets. The company was founded in 2014 in London (UK) and has been working worldwide”.
The official message on the exchanger’s website confirms that Indacoin has also developed mobile apps. They are reportedly available for both iOS and Android. Here the users can not only “buy Tron using credit cards but exchange TRX to other cryptocurrencies and vice-versa and sell them. An awesome feature is the funds received after the sale of cryptocurrency can be withdrawn back to the banking card”, concluded the message.