Tron’s BitTorrent Announces to Accepts TRX, BNB and BTC Cryptocurrencies for Products on its Platform

Tron Foundation recently announced that their BitTorrent platform now accepts Tron (TRX), Binance (BNB) and Bitcoin (BTC) for the products on the platform which are Pro and Ads free. The announcement, made on November 27, confirmed that the users are now able to use the listed digital tokens to purchase products on and

The official message additionally stated: “with the help of, a leading integrated payment gateway provider for cryptocurrencies, BitTorrent introduces decentralized currencies into one of the world’s largest decentralized applications”.

 Justin Sun also shared an official comment. It reads: “BitTorrent joins a growing list of online companies whose products and services accept TRX as payment. With  over 100 million users, the move helps increase the use of TRX in online marketplaces while giving consumers more options to unlock value from BitTorrent’s premium products”.

According to the shared information, the users can use the three leading cryptocurrencies in order to “purchase one-year subscriptions of BitTorrent or µTorrent products. These include Ads Free and Pro for Windows. Pro includes anti-virus and anti-malware screening, file converting and playability in HD”.

The announcement also provided detailed nine steps guidelines on how to purchase  premium products with digital currencies. The full guidelines are available in the original official announcement.    

About BitTorrent

BitTorrent Inc. was founded back in 2004 with a leading peer-to-peer sharing technology standard. It is a software company based in San Francisco. The platform enables users to send large files over the internet through its popular peer-to-peer sharing protocol. It also enables legitimate third party content providers to connect with users. It comes with desktop and mobile products. According to the official information provided by the company, hundreds of millions of new devices yearly install these products. The customer range of the company reportedly covers 138 countries worldwide.  


To Top