The launch of a credit card purchase feature for Tron TRC20-based tokens by a New York established company caught the Tron (TRX) community with euphoria, as users celebrate over the newly defined method geared towards proffering seamless use of TRX token.
Founder Justin Sun in a fresh update also displayed his excitement at the news, with a declaration that is such a groovy development for Tron ecosystem as users will be handed easier means of purchasing TRX.
Yesterday, it was announced that a Fintech company, Carbon, unveiled a feature that allows their users to purchase all TRC20-based tokens with credit card via its Fiber on-ramp product.
The innovation extends to other cryptocurrencies and permits users outside the United State to make credit and debit card purchases of TRX, BTT and TRC20-based USDT within a jiffy through Carbon-enabled wallet or dApp.
Tron (TRX) and its family tokens will sure enjoy great advantages from the fintech company as it boast of corpulent tentacles and partnership with elegant companies around the world.
Fiber, a product of Carbon that is to be leveraged by the credit card, supports Apple Pay, and major credit and debit card.
Other added advantage include the ability granted to user to purchase Tron based tokens with over 180 currencies through payment methods like SEPA, Alipay, WeChat Pay and wires.
CEO Justin Sun, while extolling the development said it is one the collaboration Tron foundation is always looking up to as it brings simplicity to Tron community as well as assist buyers and sellers in the rising Tron dapp industry.
Sun added that Carbon makes purchasing of TRX simple and fast.
Buying #TRX should be easier than fitting your thoughts into 140 characters.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) July 19, 2019
Carbon in the report said Fiber will be integrated into TronLink, and it is working on creating a US wallet support.
The CEO of Carbon, Sam Twautwein said: “With Fiber, users will be able to onboard into the world of crypto in a single step – replacing the complicated and tedious process that has hampered crypto’s usability and approachability.”