Tron (TRX) Expands Crypto Reach to 2.2 Million Businesses With CoinPayments Integration
CoinPayments, a leading online payment processor for cryptocurrency, has added Tron (TRX) to its platform. Now over 2.2 million merchants can use TRX as a payment method.
CoinPayments was the first payment processor to support altcoins, in addition to Bitcoin. Founded in 2013, the company has over 2,000,000 clients across 182 countries, and processes payments for 600 altcoins.
As Tron continues to grow its ecosystem, strategic partnerships with networks such as CoinPayments is generating rapid growth.
CoinPayments is building out its platform by continuously integrating new altcoins and adding wallet support, along with banking options through third-party integrations.
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The company also offers cold storage, multi-signature, instant confirmations, vaulting for long term storage, plugins for easy integration of payment features and merchant tools. Developers are promising more functionality within the next few months.
We are pleased to announce the addition of #TRON (TRX) to our platform. Any of our 2.2 million+ businesses and users can now accept payments in $TRX through any of our integrations for all the major ecommerce platforms! #TRX @tronfoundation @justinsuntronhttps://t.co/EJKyze4kcQ
— CoinPayments (@CoinPaymentsNET) August 23, 2018
Tron is expected to launch its virtual machine (VM) on the mainnet on August 30th.
It will allow developers to emulate different computer systems as they build more decentralized applications to expand the network.
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