- Carbon enables users to purchase TRX, BTT, and TRXD using credit cards through its Fiber platform
- Crypto purchases to be made from Carbon’s exchange using a Carbon-enabled wallet or dApp
- Fiber to receive native integration into TronLink, a major wallet of the TRON community
Carbon, a fintech company based in New York is allowing TRC20-based tokens such as TRON (TRX), BitTorrent (BTT), and Tron’s Stable coin TRXD, to be purchased using credit and debit cards. As a result, users outside the U.S. can use credit cards to purchase these cryptocurrencies from Carbon’s exchange through its wallet or a dApp, according to Tron’s press release on July 18.
Carbon enables direct TRX, BTT, and TRXD purchases with credit card
Per the press release, Carbon is offering more support to the TRON community by allowing TRX, BTT, and TRXD to be purchased using credit cards through Fiber. Users will no longer have to purchase BTC and then trade that in turn for the tokens they want.
Carbon’s offer of support for TRC20-based tokens will enable people outside the U.S. to buy these virtual assets using their credit or debit cards as well as and Apple Pay, payment methods that are currently supported by Fiber.
At a later date, customers will also be able to make purchases with over 180 currencies through payment methods such as Apple Pay, WeChat Pay, SEPA, Alipay, and wires. In the same vein, Carbon is taking steps to deliver US wallet support.
A user who wishes to purchase TRX, BTT, or TRXD can do so on the Carbon exchange, using a Carbon-enabled wallet or a dApp. After a purchase has been made, they will be funded with their selected virtual asset in a matter of minutes.
There are also plans for Fiber to receive a native integration into TronLink, a major wallet of the TRON community. The integration will enable users to get easy access to decentralized applications.
TRON aiming to grow its community
While making comments, Justin Sun, TRON’s founder and BitTorrent’s CEO said its company is aimed at providing simplicity and an easy means for the TRON community.
Also, collaborations of this nature are important to connect buyers with sellers in TRON’s growing dApp ecosystem. Sam Twautwein, Carbon’s CEO said:
“With Fiber, users will be able to onboard into the world of crypto in a single step – replacing the complicated and tedious process that has hampered crypto’s usability and approachability”
Blockchain Reporter on July 11 also informed that Web browser Opera has added support for TRON and Bitcoin in its inbuilt cryptocurrency wallet.