Tron is continuing to spread its tentacles and increasing its range of action this month as TRX has reached Turkey's encryption platform, Koineks, which is growing faster. The same news was announced by the same CEO of Tron, Justin Sun, who took his official Twitter page for the announcement before today.
Turkey is one of the countries in the world that has had a great interest in cryptocurrency and Tron has decided to play an important role in promoting this interest. The Turkish encryption platform, Koineks, is known for offering more than ten digital assets and legal currencies, including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple and others.
Starting today, TRX deposits and withdrawals have started on the encryption platform; trading would start by tomorrow.
Just within its first year of creation, Koineks is now one of the 3 largest crypto-exchanges in Turkey. Koineks aims to reach more people in other countries and is establishing that step by adding Tron (TRX) to its platform.
Tron, on the other hand, is one of the largest crypto-currencies in the crypto-market with a market capitalization of $ 1,557,896,709, at press time, according to CoinMarketCap.
As many already know, Tron was created in 2017 by Justin Sun, its CEO and founder. Digital heritage has its base in Singapore. The blockchain project is proud to be one of the noteworthy entertainment platforms that only work on blockchain technology without the use of an open source network.
In addition, Tron has a digital resource (TRX) that also supports the creation and installation of Dapps. The blockchain was created to make payments and share entertainment content for entertainment users. It is important to know that this is the first time that the digital resource is listed on Koineks in any pair.
Tron (TRX) https://t.co/fXviVEaa97'da! Yatırma ve çekme işlemleri başlamış olup, alım satım işlemleri 06.11.2018 saat 13: 00 & # 39; da başlayacaktır! #tron #koineks #tronturkiyede pic.twitter.com/mY3cawbZSz
– Koineks (@koineks) 5 November 2018
Understandably, many existing Tron users have expressed their gratitude for the new listing and have raised the interest of Turkish investors in trading on the Tron ecosystem.
Why these lists on various crypto-exchanges?
So far, Tron has collaborated with many crypto-exchanges to promote their ecosystem around the world. Tron's list of different exchanges such as Koineks will promote the global use of TRX to increase the competence of the global entertainment industry.
As stated above, Tron ventured into the crypto-market in September 2017, and was at $ 0.00204 in November 2017. A month later, Tron had a significant increase in its price (2000%) which pumped its value at $ 0.0414. At the moment, the cryptocurrency is among the 3 most wanted cryptocurrencies on the Internet. Tron also has a total supply of 100 million TRX with a market share of 65 million TRX. The cryptocurrency further increased its status when it acquired BitTorrent this year.
The list of Tron could give Koineks a boost
Koineks started working last year and Faruk Fatih Özer created it. The company is based in Turkey with the sole purpose of providing a crypto-platform in which traders can easily exchange cryptocurrencies.
The platform has started trading with only five cryptocurrencies, but currently has 12 coins on its platform, including Tron (TRX). Koineks aims to build his portfolio and, from the response of the Turkish users to his decision to list Tron, it seems that the platform can soon gain further momentum in its user base.
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