When the Tron (TRX) Wallet was released back in June it had a polite notice from the Tron Foundation that stated the following: Before using the TronWallet, the team at the Tron Foundation advises that you do not deposit any TRX on the wallet just yet. Your funds might get lost. Tron Foundation requests that you first apply to test the wallet before the final release by the team. This was before the Mainnet went live and before the Super Representative elections were complete. By early August, users of the wallet could receive, send and freeze their TRX to take part in the Super Representative elections. The wallet is now fully available on both Androd and iOS. Getty.io is the community project that has created the Tron Wallet and they have provided an updated list of features available for the user.
About Tron (TRX): TRON is one of the largest blockchain-based operating systems in the world. TRON is a blockchain-based, open-source protocol for the global digital entertainment industry. TRON supports various kinds of blockchain networks and smart contract systems, including bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, Qtum, and other public blockchain smart contracts, provides developers with multiprotocol infrastructure for entertainment app development, and allows users to enjoy smooth multiprotocol smart networks.
Tron (TRX) can be bought with fiat dollars, debit and credit cards on cryptocurrency exchanges such as Changelly.com and it can be bought with cryptocurrency on exchanges such as KuCoin, Binance, and HitBTC.
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