Have some TRX with you? Lucky you.
It’s merely a month ago when BitTorrent, a family of the Tron blockchain technology kick-started the airdrop program bountifully rewarding Tron (TRX) holders. Right after the announcement, several exchanges and wallets were confirmed to be supporting the airdrop program that started on February 11th, 2019.
But, not all the top wallets and exchanges at that moment were not lucky to get involved in supporting the program.
Tron (TRX) Holders on Troncard Finally Smile
Troncard will now be supporting the program too. As usual, on his Twitter account, Tron CEO and founder Justin Sun broke this significant announcement. His tweet stated that BitTorrent airdrop would now be available on Troncard for TRX holders, too.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) March 14, 2019
The news is music to TRX holders on the Troncard platform who for the past month have watched fellow holders on other exchanges and wallets get the rewards. The BitTorrent airdrop program is meant as a reward for Tron’s long-time TRX holders.
Furthermore, the BitTorrent foundation has plans to airdrop another 99,990,000,000 BTT during offline and online events. This will come after the initial first airdrop of 10,890,000,000 BTT gets initiated which the foundation said was to be taken upon Tron’s block achieving 6.6 million.
Troncard Wallet Ticks the Boxes
The conditions of qualifying for airdrop has been that one must first own some Tron (TRX). Each wallet is qualified for BTT airdrops on Tron’s system relating to the total being held. Most importantly, there’s no minimum of TRX required for one to qualify for the airdrops.
Also, TRX tokens have to lay in a wallet or exchange that is officially approved by Tron. Therefore, the TRX holders on Troncard have a reason to smile as the wallet has been approved to support BitTorrent airdrop finally. Regardless of whether your TRX are frozen, it now means you are eligible to receive airdrops.
Be safe. Be confident. You don’t have to lose your funds to fraudulent websites and channels that are not approved. Slowly but steadily it seems that BTT airdrops will be supported in most exchanges and wallets. With the current pace, only time will tell.
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