BitBay, Poland’s largest cryptocurrency exchange platform, has listed Tron (TRX) for trading. This comes as the third announcement of an exchange listing Tron, this week.
BitBay tweeted, “Today we have added TRON (TRX) on BitBay! Now you can trade TRX to #BTC, #USD, #EUR, and #PLN. That’s not all. We have a 400 000 TRX giveaway! Join Top 100 TRX Traders contest!“.
On September 20, 2018, Justin Sun, the founder of Tron Foundation, tweeted about it. He mentioned that Tron has been listed on BitBay. Furthermore, users will be able to trade the cryptocurrency against United States Dollar (USD), Bitcoin (BTC), Euro (EUR), and Poland’s złoty.
BitBay’s Giveaway Offer
BitBay exchange has also announced a giveaway contest, to promote and celebrate this achievement, both by the exchange and the cryptocurrency. Top 100 TRX traders on the exchange, will get the change to acquire over 400K TRX.
The contest was scheduled to start from September 20, as soon as the announcement was made, till October 4. During this time period, users on BitBay will have to acquire transaction volume by trading the Tron cryptocurrency.
The interaction between Tron and BitBay
BitBay’s VP, Patryk Kadlec stated “We are very proud to list TRX on BitBay and present it to our users. We hope that our contest for traders will drive even more attention to TRON.”
BitBay held a webinar with Justin Sun to notify its users, and discuss the project. It doesn’t come as a surprise that this is one of the most noteworthy milestones of the foundation. Sun also reverberated the same, stating that this step will surely help both the parties and the users.
Sun said in the webinar, “The listing of TRX on BitBay is another milestone for us, representing another significant step of TRON into the European market. This will be a win-win cooperation”.
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