As the Tron ecosystem is developing and moving closer to its goal of creating a decentralized internet, the native token of the Tron mainnet, TRX is getting listed in several new exchanges. Recently, the Tron Foundation announced that the token had been listed on cryptocurrency exchange Indacoin.
Acquire TRX in 15 Minutes
At the exchange, users who want to acquire a TRX can do it within 15 to 30 minutes. The exchange lets users buy the coin against five prominent fiat currencies – USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, and RUB. Visa and MasterCard customers who have the 3D Secure enabled in their cards will also be able to buy TRX from Indacoin.
In the latest blog post, the Tron Foundation informed its supporters:
“Indacoin has also developed mobile apps for iOS and Android where you guys 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 An awesome feature is the funds received after the sale of cryptocurrency can be withdrawn back to the banking card.”
Indacoin’s Cryptocurrency Journey
The exchange is designed on the basis of an anti-fraud platform that uses cutting-edge technology to detect attempts of fraud, especially with banking cards. It uses 30 different factors for client evaluation that provides robust client scores. The London-based company, founded in 2014, provides digital currency exposure to a worldwide clientele.
Currently, Indacoin lists over 700 digital currencies and claims to serve all countries except the US.
The regulatory stance on digital currencies is not clear as governments of the world have not formed a clear consensus over the legal status of digital coins. The US follows a patchwork of regulations in digital currencies while countries like China and India are opposed to the idea of crypto coins.