Justin Sun, the owner of TRON (TRX), has announced this morning on his Twitter account the fact that Apple is backing the TRON Foundation by incorporating $TRX pricing into its stocks listing app.
Apple introduced TRON (TRX) prices to its stocks listing app
Apple has been extraordinarily enthusiastic regarding the expansion of blockchain technology, with the inclusion of cryptocurrencies such as Ripple (XRP) and Bitcoin (BTC).
QTUM crypto is another interesting listing on Apple stocks network. QTUM runs on a mixture of Bitcoin Core infrastructure and a version of Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). QTUM is trading at $13.18, at the moment of this article.
So, by introducing TRX, Apple is simply defending a more widely available global digital currency by giving us insight into its prices, market capitalization holdings, and so on. Consumers need to append TRX/USD to Apple’s holdings app.
A Reddit user commented on this topic stating that:
They are certainly doing the right thing to be in the position they are in. Although I don’t like some of their tactics, I’m happy to let them make me money.
However, Justin Sun’s tweet got some very negative feedback, as the TRX’s founder has been accused of misleading the community members because Apple, supposedly, has nothing to do with the before-mentioned crypto’s addition.
Apple has always been a friend of cryptocurrency and now TRON (TRX) is promoted
Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, declared at the beginning of May that he sees the blockchain technology as a huge IT revolution. In the last 24 hours, TRX has been trading at a market capitalization of $4.62 billion and has experienced a 3.98 percent growth in the past 7 days.
TRX is presently being priced at $0.07 on Upbit, at the time of this article. TRON (TRX) can also be exchanged at Bithumb, Binance, and Bit-Z. The TRON community expects that this will ultimately raise its stocks, as traders will be better acquainted with market fluctuations prior to investing.