On Thursday, Binance US announced that it shall start offering Tron (TRX) along with 20 other digital assets on its exchange.
The CEO of Tron, Justin Sun, was so focused on having the TRX coin listed on Binance that he had earlier announced that the entire team would be working to get the coin listed on Binance US and Coinbase. After getting TRX listed on Binance US, Sun now has one target left, that of listing on Coinbase.
Binance US, which is the official branch of the Binance exchange that operated in the US, twitted about the listing stating that deposits were open.
Deposits are open now!
— Binance.US 🇺🇸 (@BinanceUS) March 31, 2022
Getting TRX listed on Binance at least exonerates Justin Sun from criticism since he has a history of letting down the Tron community because of failed promises. The most recent failed public promise was the charity launch that Sun had promised to deliver in collaboration with global financial genius Warren Buffet.
Before the listing Sun had confidently twitted that TRX was among 18 digital assets that could be added to the Binance US thus making the entire Tron community anxious about the listing. At the same time, Sun also tweeted about his interactions with the Binance team in Dubai as he attends the Binance Blockchain Week in Dubai.
— H.E. Justin Sun 🅣🌞🇬🇩 (@justinsuntron) March 29, 2022
Tron price surge following the news
Although TRX has started today on a 3.78% drop, its price surged by about 10% on Thursday following the news of listing on Binance US.
The majority of crypto investors especially those living in the US are optimistic about the coin, especially after the listing.