The GRID cards have been specially designed for being used by TRX holders, and now the startup which is powered by Tron is about to start a presale on Troncard.io today, February 18.
How the cards work
UToday reports that the cards are designed for storing TRX and paying with it.
More than that, after a user deposits TRX on the card, they will also receive a bonus in BTT on the same card.
Users will also be able to receive BTT airdrops on the card in the amount of 0.1 to 0.13 BTT per 1 TRX.
Another useful feature of the cards is that owners will receive 1.5% of interest annually per the amount of TRX that’s stored on them.
If an owner loses the GRID X BTT card with all the coins store on it, the user will have the ability to recover the card and the coins as well.
Things will be the same as they are with TronCards because users will not have to remember their private keys.
The cards can be also offered as a present, and this means that users can load TRX on them and then gift the cards to someone.
It seems that the developers have made these cards easy to use even by people who don’t have any idea what blockchain, wallets or crypto exchanges are.
— BitTorrent Inc. (@BitTorrent) February 13, 2019
BTT expands its reach
BTT seems to be really successful, and it keeps expanding its market by getting listed on new exchanges.
— BitTorrent Inc. (@BitTorrent) February 15, 2019
“The two that added BTT pairs most recently are HitBTC, which has had a bone to pick with John McAfee, and ABCC. Experts believe that after the HitBTC listing the BTT rate should increase substantially,” UToday writes.