TRON Energy Exchange

TRON(TRX) Energy Trading Platform

telegram: @cryptobethive

TRON Energy Exchange|Tokens Exchange


We have developed a cutting-edge energy trading platform within the TRON ecosystem. Our primary goal is to offer TRON traders reduced energy consumption fees, substantial discounts, and a more secure and efficient self-rental service for energy.


To address the issue of high TRX service fees, we introduce an energy transaction feature that enables rapid transfers to your account. Throughout this process, we directly slash service fees by 88%. Additionally, you can generate income through energy trading commissions with unused TRX.


Our platform offers a speedy and convenient process for API integration, manual operations, and bulk transfers using various leasing methods. Simply provide the recipient address to access energy. This service is compatible with USDT, consolidated transfers, partial merging, and partial NFT transactions, making it an ideal choice for Tron users seeking cost-effective solutions. Save with our energy-efficient expertise today!


As the foremost TRON energy trading platform globally, our dedication lies in delivering stable and efficient services to our users. We continuously strive to pioneer new technologies and features to enhance the user experience. With our 24/7 dedicated customer service and expert technical team support, we ensure reliable operational assurances for our users.


What is energy, and is it free?

In the TRON network, there are three primary types of resources: bandwidth, energy, and storage. TRON's unique design model ensures virtually unlimited storage resources within its network.

Within the TRON network, there are two quantifiable resources: Bandwidth Points and Energy. Bandwidth Points represent bandwidth resources, while Energy represents energy resources.

When we send money on Bitcoin and Ethereum, we need to pay transaction fees in BTC and ETH. However, in the case of TRON, transferring funds consumes both bandwidth and energy.

BTC, ETH, and TRX are all mainnet coins, and tokens created on these mainnets are akin to renting properties in the landlords' domain of the respective mainnet currency. The method of paying transaction fees is determined by the mainnet landlord's rules.

Bitcoin and Ethereum dictate that token transfers must be paid in BTC and ETH, respectively, while TRON requires payments in the form of energy and bandwidth.

On TRON, there are two common types of tenants, represented by two token formats: TRC-10 and TRC-20. Transferring TRX and TRC-10 tokens consumes bandwidth, whereas transferring TRC-20 tokens consumes both bandwidth and energy.

If you're unsure about the token format, you can navigate to the asset homepage, access the transaction record interface, click the upper right corner, and enter TRONSCAN to view the token format. For instance, USDT on TRON follows the TRC-20 format.

It's important to note that Tron account energy is not free. You need to pledge TRX to obtain energy. If your account has 1 million energy, it will slowly replenish after usage, reaching the full 1 million within 24 hours. Alternatively, you can rent energy from the CryptoBetHive energy trading platform, which often results in lower overall costs compared to staking TRX for energy.

What's the use of energy?

Energy serves a crucial purpose within the TRON network and finds its primary use in the following scenarios. Please note that the consumption figures provided below are approximations, and for precise and accurate data, one should refer to a block explorer after performing the specific operation.

  1. TRC20 Token Transactions:
    • TRC20 tokens, like USDT, consume both bandwidth and energy during transfers.
    • For instance, sending a TRC20 token may require approximately 28031 energy and 345 bandwidth.
    • This translates to an energy cost of approximately 7.8 TRX and a bandwidth cost of about 0.345 TRX, which are deducted from your account.
  2. Smart Contract Interactions:
    • Engaging with smart contracts involves the consumption of both bandwidth and energy.
    • Consider SUNSWAP trading transactions as an example, all of which are smart contract interactions that utilize energy and bandwidth in your account.
  3. TRC20 Contract Deployment:
    • Deploying a standard TRC20 contract consumes around 580,000 energy, equivalent to approximately 150 TRX.
    • Non-standard token contract deployments can consume varying amounts of energy, ranging from tens to millions.
  4. TRC721 Contract Deployment (NFTs):
    • Deploying a TRON NFT using the TRC721 protocol requires approximately 10,610 bandwidth and a substantial 1.67 million energy.
    • In addition to energy and bandwidth consumption, fees of approximately 10.61 TRX and 471 TRX are deducted.

These examples showcase the diverse applications of energy within the TRON network, from facilitating token transfers to powering smart contracts and deploying both standard and non-standard contracts, including NFTs.

When will the energy arrive after payment?

Once your payment is successfully processed, you can expect the energy to become available within just a few minutes. However, in some exceptional cases, there might be a slight delay of 5 to 10 minutes due to factors such as broadcast delays and other unforeseen circumstances.

How long does it take to recover energy?

After you've used energy, it will be completely replenished within a span of 24 hours.

Can an order be withdrawn?

Once an order is generated, please note that withdrawals are not supported.