TRON and TRON based TRC10/TRC20 tokens are listed on McAfeeDex cryptocurrency exchange. Users can interact with TRON tokens on the exchange using TRON Blockchain extension TRONLINK.
McAfeeDex exchange is a fully decentralized cryptocurrency exchange that was launched by John McAfee earlier this month. The exchange runs on the Ethereum blockchain and is built on the Switchdex smart contract. It currently supports Ethereum based ERC-20 tokens and TRON TRC10/TRC20 tokens.
McAfee’s exchange dose not charge for listing fees require, dose not require KYC (Know your Customer) documents and charges 0.25% fee on market takers, with no maker fee.
According to the official TRON website, TRC-20 is a standard for smart contracts similar to what an ERC-20 token would be on the Ethereum network. A TRC-10 token is a token that does not require the writing of a smart contract and is basically aimed at simplifying transactions, making them more efficient. USDT, for example, runs on TRON as a TRC-20 token. Up until now, McAfee DEX has been compatible only with tokens running on the Ethereum blockchain.
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