Like Charlie Lee said yesterday that the cryptocurrency community is always ready to create ideas that open crypto to mass adoption during a bear market period, the Tron family has danced to his postulation by unveiling Seedit, a speedy, seamless, and multi-platform transaction protocol deployed on social media platforms like Telegram, Twitter, Reddit, and Kakao.
Although the payment platform is now fully functioning on Telegram, it is believed that it will be unveiled on Twitter and other platforms any moment from now.
The idea will increase Tron adoption in nearly all corners of the world, and as well expedite the transfer of TRX to any part of the universe within a twinkle of an eye.
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The innovation is so seamless that it makes TRX payment easy and cheap, and available on platforms that crypto lovers are already familiar with.
A bot branded “GoSeeditBot” has been created on Telegram, through the Bot, Tron users check their balance, private key and everything that has to do with their wallet.
Talking about the development, the founder of Tron, Justin Sun, signified he was elated on the idea, saying it signals the beginning of mass adoption.
The innovation provides a fast and easy to use transaction means for businesses and individuals.
Aside from the fact that it comes with a simple, and known interface, GoSeedit automatically generates an address for people which is to be used for sending and receiving TRX.
A New Hope For Tron (TRX)
According to the initiators of the idea, GoSeedit is going to be a driver for increased Tron acceptance in the society. It will as well heighten the usage of TRX on Telegram, Twitter among other social platforms.
Freelancers all over the world are now dancing to the glad tidings that Seedit brings to the society. Through the initiative, they can quickly get their payment without necessarily witnessing the slow protocol of Paypal and other substandard transaction protocol.
Now that the idea has started on Telegram, lately, Tron network has received a high number of transactions, tokens, and address.