Tron (TRX) gets listed on Amsterdam’s Social Cryptocurrency Exchange Blockport

Tron (TRX) gets listed on Amsterdam's Social Cryptocurrency Exchange Blockport

Great news for Europeans as its social cryptocurrency exchange lists Tron on its platform. Tron’s Justin Sun has expressed his gratitude as he thanked the exchange for its support via Twitter.

This is coming right after Blockport listed IOTA and NEO a few days back, giving the token a good monument from European traders. Tron has now become the 10th exchange to surface on Blockport as it continues to attain its development roadmap.

“By means of this listing, Blockport users will be able to buy and sell TRX, one of the world’s leading cryptocurrencies, through our euro gateway” _ Blockport.

Tron’s goal of worldwide decentralization is fast becoming a reality. Back in October, the token joined Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin to land a listing on Coinsuper, a Hong Kong-based exchange giant and has since continued to soar in leaps and bounds.

Tron has undoubtedly been one of the most active cryptocurrencies in market volume and in social engagements, not only has the token’s price tripled since 2018, Tron has been on a ride with multiple listings on different exchanges, giving users more access to trade.


Meanwhile, Tron has also overpowered Ethereum’s daily transaction which was a total of 1,349,890 as of January 4th, while Tron was at 1,367,488 as of November 9th. Tron’s trading price has maintained an upsurge amidst other successes, with the ongoing TRONbet, to a 12 million smart contract milestone achieved, Tron’s trading volume is certain to go robust in the coming months.

At the moment of writing, Tron is currently the world’s 11th largest cryptocurrency and is trading at a price of $0.022526. Although the token has declined by 1.48%, Yesterday Tron hit a daily all-time high of $0.023044 and is still managing to cut down on market volatility.