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Tron (TRX) Token Migration: Here Is An Updated List Of Exchanges Supporting It

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The crypto-markets are a bit in the green today, and it is a good feeling. The last 3 days have played out like the 2008 financial crisis but in the crypto-verse. Our favorite token of Tron (TRX) was adversely affected by the two events that caused the flash crash we witnessed over the past few days.

First, it was the Coinrail hack that left $40 Million in tokens stolen as well as the market reaction that caused the wiping out of approximately $20 Billion in total market volume. Then there was the overreaction – according to John McAfee – of ongoing investigations of the 4 exchanges of Bitstamp, Coinbase, Itbit, and Kraken. This latter event wiped off another $27 Billion from the crypto-markets.

Looking at the same markets at the moment of writing this, TRX is currently trading at $0.047 and up less than a percentage point in the last 24 hours. Anyone who had some additional capital to invest, most likely got some more TRX yesterday. The value might not get any lower than that between now and the TRON Independence Day.

The current countdown to the total Tron migration from the Ethereum platform to the MainNet known as Odyssey v2.0 reads 12 days and few hours. This means that time is winding down for all TRX HODLers wishing to transfer their tokens to the numerous exchanges supporting the Tron Migration from the 21st to the 24th of June.

So which exchanges are supporting the Tron Migration?

According to Justin Sun via Twitter, the list is as follows:

  1. Bit-Z
  2. Bibox
  3. Binance
  4. Bitfinex
  5. Bitforex
  6. Bithumb
  7. Bitkop
  8. Bitopro
  9. Bitpie
  10. Bittrex
  11. Bixin
  12. Coinegg
  13. Coinnest
  14. Coinrail
  15. Cointiger
  16. DragonEx
  17. Gate.io
  18. Huobi.pro
  19. LBANK.io
  20. Liqui
  21. OEX.com
  22. OKEx
  23. OTCBTC
  24. RightBTC
  25. Upbit
  26. Zebpay
  27. WazirX

Therefore, all TRX HODLers are asked to transfer their tokens before the 24th of this month to facilitate smooth transition into the new MainNet blockchain.

However, Binance recently announced that it will be supporting permanent TRX MainNet swap. This means that if you miss the above deadline of the 24th, you can create a Binance account (or using your existing one), deposit your TRX tokens and Binance will do the swap for you automatically.

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Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Global Coin Report and/or its affiliates, employees, writers, and subcontractors are cryptocurrency investors and from time to time may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency and read our full disclaimer.

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Blockchain-Focused ETF Arrives on London Stock Exchange

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The crypto community is still waiting for the US SEC to approve Bitcoin ETFs, with speculation which application might get approval being one of the hottest topics in 2018. However, come 2019, the US government shutdown dragged on, and the Bitcoin ETF request which had the most potential to see a grant got withdrawn by the very companies that submitted the application.

While the question of BTC ETF remains hanging in the air, blockchain-focused ETFs seem to be a different matter entirely. In a recent announcement by an independent investment managed firm called Invesco, the company has stated that it was about to launch the largest blockchain-focused ETF in the world. They managed to go through with this plan, and the ETFs have reached the London Stock Exchange today, March 11th.

The exchange-traded fund includes a portfolio containing as many as 48 different firms which are bringing exposure to the emerging technology. Among them, there is Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, which is a well-known creator of chips used for crypto mining, as well as the CME Group, which is the first regulated exchange in the US which launched Bitcoin futures. There are many other well-known companies as well, such as Intel, Microsoft, and others.

Chris Mellor, the Invesco’s head of ETF equity product management in Europe, said that blockchain has a huge potential to increase earnings, even though…

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Could Jeff Bezos Turn to Bitcoin to Hide Fortune from Wife?

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Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has made numerous headlines recently due to his overly-publicized divorce, which shows all signs of being one of the most expensive ones — if not THE most expensive one — in modern history. According to estimates, it might cost him as much as $70 billion, which will make his soon-to-be-ex-wife the richest woman in human history.

However, as the process continues to unfold, many have started wondering if things may have ended up differently for Bezos if he turned to Bitcoin for help.

Bitcoin as a divorce tool?

In the last several years — since Bitcoin and other cryptos hit fame — many have started turning to BTC during their divorce proceedings. In fact, it can even be said that using the largest cryptocurrency in this way has become a new trend. The trend has been gaining so much strength that numerous law companies started including advice on what to do in regards to Bitcoin as part of their websites.

However, while the trend has been picking up in recent years, it is nowhere near as easy as it might seem. For example, if there is even a suspicion of a spouse having undisclosed holdings appears during the divorce process, it might be enough to impact the final decision of the judge. In other words, even if there is a complete lack of evidence, but…

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Three Biggest Things To Know Come Cryptocurrency Tax Season

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In recent years, digital cash systems known as cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Litecoin have exploded into the public eye. A blend of cash and stocks, their use and value has grown exponentially. In 2017, the IRS decided to focus great effort on taxing them. In theory, this should be as simple as calculating taxes on any other type of property, bond, or other assets. Cryptocurrency, however, presents a unique challenge. The full extent of one person’s crypto activity can stretch across dozens of platforms and take a variety of different forms. This makes it difficult to gather all of this information cohesively, much less begin the seemingly- complicated process of reporting it.

These three tips should help anyone looking to legally report their crypto activity to figure out where to start.

Documentation is key!

There are dozens of different “exchanges” individuals can use to change their cash into crypto. When the flat currency is changed into cryptocurrency at the exchange, you establish your cost basis. This makes this data crucial when you begin the process of reporting.  Those who have used a variety of different exchanges should keep detailed records of everywhere that they made trades. Once tax season arrives, most exchanges will allow users to view their entire trading history with that exchange. This information will be necessary later to complete taxes.

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