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CryptoLocally, announced yesterday that TRON Foundation’s TRX is now available for trading on their platform, and users can trade worldwide on CryptoLocally. This was after their recent rebranding from the company name EOSLocally and shown their trading support for TRX from the TRON blockchain.

How to trade using CryptoLocally and TRX?

CryptoLocally is a decentralized and secure peer-to-peer trading platform for a variety of tokens on different chains. Users would just need to sign up and start trading with their cash or a multitude of payment methods, in any currency of the user’s choice.

They also offer instant Peer-To-Peer trading that enables users to trade directly with one user to another using their easy to use platform.

This platform provides a convenient way to buy and sell cryptocurrencies such as TRX using their preferred local currency. Users could trade at home, at work, and everywhere in between.

 

What is CryptoLocally?

CryptoLocally, formerly known as EOSLocally is a P2P platform for altcoins like EOS, WAX, USDT, and more. Users are able to buy and sell cryptocurrency tokens in the fastest and most efficient way possible. They have the option to either post offers or respond to offers already on the website.

List of available cryptocurrencies in the CryptoLocally platform:

EOS
WAX
USDT
TLOS
BOS
EOSDT
BNB
BTC (BEP-2)
BUSD
TRX
TRX-USDT

For the past few months, TRON Foundation has scored major partnerships in both the blockchain and non-blockchain based industries. With TRX now available on the CryptoLocally platform, makes it more convenient for TRX supporters to be engaged in trading using the currency of their choice.

For more news and updates, visit Tron Spark website.

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Jino Tokieda

Former EMEA/APAC Operations Executive for a global photography company with 5 years of experience working with top technology companies in the US and have been involved with cryptocurrencies since 2019. Always been a fan of TRON and started getting into the TRX scene around January 2020. Besides creating articles for Tron Spark, I'm a skateboarder and working for a coffee company in Fort Worth, Texas.

CryptoLocally: Now trading Tron Foundation's TRX