Tron [TRX] now available in Ellipal’s next gen hardware wallet
Tron [TRX] takes a new leap yet again by cementing its ground on Ellipal wallet, which is launched by a Hong Kong based blockchain firm. This wallet is designed for mobiles that allows safe transactions of digital assets on a daily basis for making payments or across exchanges and also fetch relevant news from the market. The Tron Foundation CEO, Justin Sun took to his Twitter handle to reveal before the crypto community its latest move.
#TRX is available on @ellipalwallet, a mobile-oriented and one-stop solution for digital assets. It allows users to effortlessly but securely carry out daily transactions, exchanges, payments, as well as get market information and news. #TRON $TRX https://t.co/IkydQN0z0m
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) December 28, 2018
The use of the wallet has aligned with the objective of the native company that seeks to develop everyone’s connection with blockchain in a secured ecosystem. Besides, secured transaction the wallet ensures an effortless transfer of cryptocurrencies by the users. Ellipal stepped into the market in 2017 and by now, it has already reached to customers in more than 30 nations. Customers across the globe find it convenient to use Ellipal.
Among the recent developments of the Foundation, it has added yet another accolade to its repertoire with network surpassing the one million user accounts mark, as the data revealed on December 23 showed. Misha Lederman, the co-founder of TRON’s IAmDecentralized.org posted the same on his Twitter which the network’s passing of the aforementioned milestone.
Lederman further added that TRON took 183 days since the launch of the TRX mainnet to reach the mark whereas, Ethereum reached the 1 million mark in 542 days since the launch of their mainnet. TRON is looking to get a further boost in January 2019, with their two-day flagship event, the niTROn summit, which will see attendees from a slew of top cryptocurrency companies. The summit’s second day will host a forum specifically for developers to further propel its DApp ecosystem.
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