In a recent tweet, a member of the Tron community, TronSpark user, cited the list of the coins that Binance considers adding to its soon-to-be-launched US branch. TRX was not on that list. Binance did that following Coinbase in its intention to list more coins.
TronSpark says that TRX must also get onto one of those platforms, since there are big investors interested in trading TRX who must not be lost.
Justin Sun replied that from now on getting TRX listed on one of those exchanges would be the priority #1.
Tron to create a special team for pushing TRX to the US
Justin Sun went into details, specifying that a special team is going to be set up for pushing TRX to the US market either through Coinbase or Binance US. The latter is expected to launch in September.
Sun promises to solve this issue at ‘Tron speed’.
Further down in the discussion, Sun agrees that Tron needs to be listed on as many US-based crypto markets as possible and promises that later this year Tron will show big progress made in this direction.
The crypto community usually shows a polar reaction in the comment thread under Justin Sun’s posts. However, the majority of comments this time were doubts in the success of the idea and accusations of being a scammer.
Some Twitter users remind Sun that TRX has already been listed on KuCoin, others invite him to join Bittrex.
However, the @VirtualQuery user has assumed that Tron has issues with US regulators and that it would be hard to get TRX listed on any US-based exchange.