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Sesameseed, a Super Representative and dApp accelerator on the TRON (TRX) Network, has announced the launch of its beta program for the TronCard, a fully-featured TRON wallet that allows for TRX payments.

According to the announcement, the TronCard was designed as an open payment platform to work across the entire network of wallets and applications.

The card itself features a number of security elements, including NFC and QR options to transfer TRX, while also being built to interact with the Poppy infrastructure. Poppy is a point of sale system designed to transport TRX into the real world via Clover-fueled payment technology.

The TronCard beta program will allow early adopters to test out the new system in the real world. To be eligible for the program, investors must back the crowdsale for Poppy with either SEED tokens or TRX. Those investors who receive at least 10,000 Poppy, costing 10,000 TRX, will be automatically enrolled in the TronCard beta.

“These members will be able to utilize TronCard at available Poppy retailers and across any number of integrated TRON wallets, and be invited to engage with the Poppy and TronCard teams to ensure a rigorously tested Beta program,” states the¬†Sesameseed¬†team.

The Poppy crowdsale is raising a total of $240,000 and is currently 89% funded.

TRX currently has a $1.58 billion market cap, making it the 10th largest coin in the AltDex 100 Cryptocurrency Index (ALT100).

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Disclaimer: This article’s author has cryptocurrency holdings that can be tracked here. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. Always conduct your own due diligence before making investments.



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