BDSwiss Adds New Tron Pair to its Crypto-Asset List

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BDSwiss announced the addition of a brand new crypto pair, Tron against U.S. dollar (TRXUSD), which will be made available for trading on all company platforms as of Monday July 9th. Tron comes as the latest addition to BDSwiss’ long list of crypto assets, as the company continues to expand its crypto offering to meet the needs of its ever growing client base.

The decision comes during one of the most dynamic times for such products. Major cryptocurrencies have taken the markets by storm in 2017-2018 after growing to a multi-trillion market in just a few short months. BDSwiss’ full list of crypto pairs includes Ripple, NEO, Dashcoin, OmiseGO, Zcash, EOS, Iota, Monero, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and now Tron, against the USD, EUR, GBP and JPY.

As BDSwiss’ crypto instruments have been growing popularity, the company is continuously looking to add new and exciting crypto pairs with a solid market presence to its asset list. With a 2.5 trillion dollar market cap, TRON could not be missing from BDSwiss’ crypto-asset list.

From mid December 2017 to early January 2018, Tron (TRX) grew over 2,000% and in just a few short months it is now considered one of the most prominent cryptocurrencies of 2018. Tron is a decentralized entertainment and content-sharing platform which uses blockchain and peer-to-peer (P2P) technology. This next-generation social media outlet allows users to create and share content and get compensated as content creators.

Investing in unique products, tailored to the trader needs, is a testament to BDSwiss’ strictly client-centric approach. With promises for many more new assets, platform updates and unique features aimed at enhancing future functionality and improving user experience, BDSwiss sets high standards and continues to exceed expectations.

 

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