The week actually bode well for TRON blockchain project and its community after Justin Sun announced that he finally dined with billionaire Warren Buffet and gave him some BTC and TRX. The euphoria was met with another huge announcement that surfaced today, stirring up more excitement within the TRON community.
Founder Justin Sun announced the emergence of a new adoption for his blockchain project TRON in Europe.
Justin Sun mentioned that a Europe based payment company, Bitsa, which allows users to spend cryptocurrency with a prepaid card has now integrated TRON’s TRX token into its system. Sun made the declaration, referencing the firsthand announcement from the prepaid card company.
The latest development now allows TRX holders to make payment with legal tender money in stores that accept VISA card.
Bitsa lets crypto users make payment at online stores as well as a number of international travel services with their virtual currency.
Bitsa card is verified by VISA technology, and it claims to offer one of the cheapest services while spending abroad.
#TRX is supported by @BitsaCard. Users in Europe can pay with $TRX via Bitsa. It allows users to change their #crypto for Fiat. Users can pay with legal tender money in any store that accepts #Visa, make transfers to other accounts & even to other @BitsaCard users instantly. https://t.co/ZdkZdjqCtL
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) February 8, 2020
Customers only need to top-up their card with TRX or other supported currency to execute transactions.
Millions of physical stores in Europe allows people to pay with Bitsa Card, making TRX spendable at Europe stores. Also, via Bitsa card, users of TRX token can make payment online, SEPA credit transfer, cash withdrawal at ATMs, transfer between cards and make easy multiple top-up.
All these are available to users without the need for a bank account.
Bitsa also allows users to change their crypto assets for fiat without any hassle. The prepaid card payment company says it offers the cheapest way to spend abroad.
Aside Bitsa, TRON is open to adoption in millions of hotels across the world in the travel industry, thanks to Travala.