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What is Tron?

Tron is a blockchain-based operating system and decentralized application (dApp) platform. While initially aimed to become a global content entertainment system, Tron nowadays targets the growing dApp market. TRX is the name of the token underlying the Tron network.

How to sell Tron?

Tron can be bought on cryptocurrency marketplaces. To sell Tron, you need to open an account with one and verify your identity. The verification process may take from minutes (by showing your ID to an agent using videochat) to several weeks. Afterwards, simply transfer money with your preferred payment method to the marketplace to sell Tron. I if your chosen marketplace does not provide a wallet service you may additionally also need to setup a wallet to store Tron.

Where to sell Tron?

You can sell Tron on two major types of marketplaces.

Exchanges resemble traditional stock exchanges (such as the NYSE or NASDAQ) where individuals can trade Tron with other buyers and sellers. Cryptocurrency exchanges are thereby responsible for matchmaking, that is for determining the price of Tron and finding enough buyers and sellers. As a result, there is no personal contact between buyers and sellers. Most cryptocurrency exchanges are directed towards professional traders and offer many professional features. This is also reflected in their user interfaces which may be confusing for beginners.

Brokers offer Tron out of their own asset stock. This means that the broker is the selling party if you sell Tron. This is contrary to exchanges where transactions occur between individuals. The prices cryptocurrency brokers are usually aligned on current marketplaces. However, brokers charge a markup or markdown that is more expensive than the trading fees charged by exchanges. Broker services are usually easy-to-use and beginner-friendly.

Besides exchanges and brokers, there are also peer-to-peer (P2P) directories where individuals may be able to trade Tron directly between each other without an intermediary. However, only few P2P directories list Tron.

What to consider when selling Tron

After learning about the different types of marketplaces you may are probably wondering: “But, what’s the best marketplace for me?” Rest assured, we have you covered: Cryptoradar lists some of the most popular places to sell Tron from all over world. All you have to do is specify what you are looking for in an exchange or broker and use our filters to choose a marketplace of your liking.

Verification: Most marketplaces will require you to verify your identity (e.g. by uploading a copy of your passport as well as a utility bill to proof your residency) before you can sell Tron. This process can take anywhere from minutes to several weeks.

Wallet Service: A wallet is a piece of software where you can store Tron. If you are new to cryptocurrencies, look for marketplaces that already provide a wallet service. Please note, however, that storing Tron in a wallet that you are managing yourself is the safer option but it requires some learning effort. We’ve collected some basic info about different types of wallets here.

Prices & Fees: The price of Tron is determined by supply and demand. Hence, its price will rise and fall depending on the number of people willing to sell and sell Tron. When comparing prices on different types of marketplaces, exchanges will usually have lower prices and fees than broker services. Besides trading fees there are often fees for deposits and withdrawals.

Payment method: You need to transfer money to a marketplace before you can sell Tron. Most exchanges only offer the possibility to deposit money using wire transfer (which can take up to a week). Good broker services offer simpler and faster payment methods such as credit card at an extra payment fee.

Security: Security also plays a major role when you sell Tron. Filters on Cryptoradar help you select marketplaces that offer certain security features such as two-factor authentication (2FA) or cold storage. Please note that we would like to encourage you to not keep significant amounts of fiat (USD or EUR) and cryptocurrencies stored on marketplaces, as they may be affected in the event of a cyber attack.

When to sell Tron?

Is now a good time to sell Tron? We don’t know. However, if you are looking at a specific price at which you would like to sell Tron, we can help you to not miss a favorable opportunity: Sign up for a Cryptoradar account and set up a price alert to be notified when Tron trades below or above your target price.