TWJ cryptocurrency is a Tron-based token issued by the Tron Weekly Journal. Since you’re here, you probably already know that TronWeekly is a Tron-based project which aims to bring all the news related to Tron network under a single umbrella, and Tron-based projects such as decentralized applications and smart contracts so that Tron users can keep updated of the multiple developments happening all the time in Tron.
The token’s use case is to keep the news website going by providing means of payment to all the things you usually need to maintain an online digital editorial enterprise such as the advertisement, compensation for collaborators, etc.
The token has been around for a while now, and it’s found its way to get listed in platforms other than those that typically (almost mandatorily) list TRC10 and TRC20 tokens (which are coins issued using Tron’s token technologies). And, starting yesterday, Tron Weekly Journal has done it again as Blockfolio is now listing TWJ.
Blockfolio is a cryptocurrency portfolio tracker and exchange that’s been around since 2014. It was founded as a mobile app by Peter Lau, Edward Moncada, Charlie Manson, and Ken Feldman. It started as an app, and it remains as an app available for both Android and Apple systems.
The platform’s real strength is the wide variety of cryptocurrencies whose data you can track. They support more than 8000 coins (did you even know there were so many digital assets in the market?) It has many useful features such as customizable alerts and, best of all, it’s free to use.
Additionally, you can use the app to trade many cryptocurrencies. It’s crypto-crypto exchange which means that you can get involved in it as a trader only if you already own some alternative coins you can use to fund your account. No fiat currency trading at all.
And talking about fiat currencies, one of the cool things about Blockfolio is that it lists trading pairs of many crypto assets against several fiat currencies. No, you can’t trade them, but it makes life a lot easier in terms of keeping track of your fund’s value outside the cryptosphere.
Blockfolio’s approach is to keep users as the first priority and provide the best technological tools to help the decentralized movement march on. It committed to offering all that extensive information always free of charge for end-users.
The project doesn’t rest on its laurels as a successful price-tracking app, and it keeps trying to add value for users. Last year it launched Signal. This is a communications platform within the app that allows for representatives of any given blockchain project to communicate directly with any user.
Given the cryptosphere’s global nature, the application is available in twelve different languages: Turkish, Dutch, Ukrainian, Polish, Korean, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Russian, and, of course, English.
The new listing will surely bring more attention in the crypto world for the TWJ token and, as a side-effect, to the Tron Weekly Journal and the news that Tron-based projects generate daily. So it’s a good thing for the community as a whole and not just for a single website (us) within the ecosystem.
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