TRX is one of the promising up and coming virtual assets, however until now, it couldn’t be obtained through simple means if you didn’t have an exchange account.
One of the easiest ways to exchange cryptocoins
is through the service that Changelly provides and now it has finally added TRON to its collection.
It’s worth mentioning that you can buy TRX outright with a Master or a Visa. Changelly charges more money compared to the exchanges but places and preforms the trade on behalf of the user which then sends the coins.
With TRX being added less than a week after most of the leading exchanges
had completed the token swaps and a new virtual asset had been released, it is now possible for Changelly to move the coins and send them into the wallet of the user. In the past few days, TRON has gone onto gain speed which is slowly but surely adding transactions.
After the release, the TRON network gas seen more than 20,000 transactions per day – this is only a month after its launch. To look at the bigger picture, Bitcoin Cash
has around 13,000 to 20,000 transactions (this is on a slow day), but the network could – and has – carried more than 100,000 transactions at one time. Because of low traffic coming to the network, TRON is only seeing this low number of coins being moved.
With all of this in mind, the price of TRX doesn’t seem to have responded to this hype. The effect of Changelly hasn’t done anything of significance to the asset either. The service seems to have its limits when it comes to daily purchases, this might not affect the volumes of TRX massively, but it is worth noting. Those who are newly involved in TRX will most likely find the system baffling to say the least however, at this point some people may choose to buy TRX and store it on a ledger hardware wallet as a speculative bet on the long-term rise in price and how successful the project is.