The Tron community and specifically the U.S based Tron investors have made a desperate call for the listing of TRX on Coinbase. According to an enthusiast, Stephen Baker, the listing is needed now more than ever before, most likely because of the recent Binance ban of American traders.
The prohibition has caused a huge panic in the cryptocurrency space with U.S traders looking for alternatives to Binance which will be unavailable to them come September. The ban only leaves a number of altcoins that will be available to the traders on the new U.S Binance exchange but the number keeps getting smaller.
Binance in its uniqueness has a carefully selected collection of altcoins which may be hard to find on any other exchange, thus the request for listing of TRX on Coinbase for traders to access. The panic may also have something to do with the current bullish Bitcoin market according to analysts.
This might be presenting Coinbase and other exchanges a good opportunity if they will list some of the altcoins that most traders want. John McAfee also recently launched his own cryptocurrency trading platform which might become a viable option with proper selection and listing of key altcoins.
Coinbase is known to be one of the top cryptocurrency exchanges and one that is driven by the demands of consumers. Most of the cryptocurrencies listed on its platform have been chosen based on user recommendations, according to the team. If they still hold onto that tradition then TRX may be on its way to getting listed on Coinbase soon.
Another user also in agreement with Stephen Baker wrote:
“I don’t want to go through 10 steps to purchase my Tron, @justinsuntron we/I need Coinbase to purchase my tokens. Com’on @brian_armstrong work it out for the crypto community.”
Another Twitter user has also called for the listing of ADA in the thread. This may just be the start of listing requests directed to not just Coinbase but several other exchanges will get in the next few months as the September deadline draws closer.