Exodus Crypto Wallet Adds Support For TRON (TRX) Mainnet
The multicurrency wallet Exodus started trading the TRX cryptocurrency in the TRON main network. The tokens are available for exchange with 50 positions, including bitcoins, ethers, XRP, and other popular cryptocurrencies, according to the announcement of the Exodus team in Twitter.
Exodus now supports Tron $TRX mainnet. TRX is exchangeable with nearly 50 assets. You can swap BTC, ETH, XRP, XLM, OMG, DGB and many other coins directly for TRX within the comfort and security of your own wallet. Download Exodus today: https://t.co/RfXDbPSCHv@Tronfoundation pic.twitter.com/oDFWWJ8fFm— Exodus (@exodus_io) October 3, 2018
One of the Twitter users reported that old TRX tokens are incorrectly displayed in the wallet. The Exodus team advised holders of these assets to swap them to the mainnet via the crypto exchange Binance. For this purpose, the cryptocurrency should be sent to the platform for conversion, after which users will receive the updated tokens in their new Exodus addresses.
The TRON cryptocurrency is ranked 13th by market capitalization, according to CoinMarketCap. As of October 4, its price amounts to $0.02, and TRX daily trading volume reaches $102.2 million.
As reported on the Exodus website, the next wallet update is scheduled for October 11th. Some users inquired if the team would add two-factor authentication for better security. Representatives of the platform said that the wallet is 100% controlled by the user, therefore adding this function will be cumbersome. Currently, funds kept in the Exodus addresses are protected with a client’s key phrase and private keys.
While responding to users' questions, the Exodus team announced its plans to launch support for the Cardano tokens (ADA). However, the specialists stated that they are not going to add a popular among the community token IOTA to the listing in the near future, as its blockchain is fundamentally different from the technology of other cryptos.
Previously, developers of the Yoroi wallet introduced the new software for the Cardano (ADA) mainnet.