Today, BitMart lists SUN with SUN/USDT pair at 10:00 AM (EST).

BitMart is a leading digital asset exchange for users to trade digital currencies or cryptocurrencies for other popular assets, such as fiat or digital currencies.

With BitMart you can purchase cryptos with credit or debit cards. There are over 200 high-quality currencies and more than 400 trading pairs available. They also have a support team available 24/7. It is 100% secure for trading and digital asset management thanks to its advanced risk control system, its hybrid hot/cold wallets and multi-signature technologies. 

BitMart’s professional team members come from Amazon, Accenture, Tencent, Alibaba, and other top-tier tech firms, who unite together to “build a more cost-efficient and user-friendly financial platform to involve every individual all over the world. The team has grown by leaps spanning the global mission to accelerate the world to a highly efficient global financial system.”

SUN is the first integrated platform for stablecoin swap, stake-mining, and self-governance on TRON. After the redenomination, the new SUN token, as a multifunctional governance token on the SUN platform, will grant token holders various rights and benefits such as the voting and governance right in the community, value capture, staking rewards, etc.

SUN is available for trading on a growing number of exchanges, with cryptocurrency and stablecoin pairs currently available. Binance offers the largest number of pairs as of June 2021, while Huobi Global also offers Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Tether (USDT) options.According to CoinMarketCap, the price of SUN (New) at the moment of writing this article is US$0,011716 with a 24-hour trading volume of US$49.637.541. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is  number 330, with a live market cap of US$123.194.721. It has a circulating supply of 10.514.908.025 SUN coins and the maximum supply is not available.

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