You need to deposit your TRX tokens to an exchange before June 24 to avoid any losses. It is to be noted that the TRX withdrawals will be suspended from June 21 to June 25. And, the deposits will also be suspended on June 25. From June 26, both withdrawals and deposits will start. The TRX trading will not be affected during this migration period. If you miss the deadline for the token migration that is June 25, you need to visit permanent token-exchange counter. They’ll be exchanging your tokens for Mainnet TRX. After the migration, super representative elections will start on June 26. The elected candidates will become the active participants of the validation network. According to Justin Sun, the Super Representatives will be having complete future governance of the firm.
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Other exchanges supporting Tron token migration
The other exchanges that are supporting the TRX migration include Bitbns, Bit-Z, Bibox, Binance, LBank, Bitfinex, BitoPro, BitForex, Bitthumb, Bitkop, Bittrex, Bixin, Bitpie, Coinegg, Liqui, Coinnest, Coinrain, Cointiger, Dragronex, gate.io, Huobi, OEX, Okex, OTCBTC, RightBTC, Upbit and Zebpay.
Tron (TRX) Price
Tron experienced slight rebound as prices rose a bit. Currently, Tronix, the token behind Tron is trading at $0.045 per coin and is at number 10 rank in terms of the overall market cap, across the board it has a market cap of around $2.98 billion. The TRX price surge has been experienced almost 30 days and that too after a down of total 33%.