In a recent interview, Coinbase’s VP of Business, Data & International, Emilie Choi hints the company’s upcoming plans. In her talk, she states that Coinbase is thinking to launch a margin trading option on its platform. To remind, Binance was the latest exchange which gotten the mainstream media attention due to its margin trading option.
Well, it’s a dream for the project to get their coins listed on prominent exchanges like Coinbase. And this seems to be coming true for EOS, Augur and Maker teams as these coins would soon find themselves trading on the world leading crypt exchange Coinbase Pro. EOS, Augur, and Maker not to be rolled out
Major cryptocurrency exchange, Coinbase is reportedly building a new matching engine as the market is turning into a bull graph. With its new matching engine, Coinbase is heading up for the ‘next super major run-up’. Something that Coinbase will be Prescriptive with Recent reports highlight why and how Coinbase, the major United States cryptocurrency exchange is
Coinbase announced that it has added support of Stellar Lumens (XLM) on the Coinbase Wallet. Coinbase wallet is a ‘user-custodied’ cryptocurrency wallet. Until now the Coinbase Wallet supported the following cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), XRP and over 10,000 ERC20 and ERC71 tokens on Etherueum. The private keys of
Coinbase Custody recently decided to add staking of Proof of Stake (PoS) cryptocurrencies. While many cryptocurrencies follow Proof of Stake (PoS) algorithm, Coinbase Custody is the first trustworthy medium for staking the cryptocurrencies. Coinbase announced the addition of the Tezos (XTZ) cryptocurrency in the Coinbase Custody. Coinbase Custody is an independent custodian for cryptocurrency assets.
Institutional clients of Coinbase will likely enjoy staking service with Coinbase custody’s latest listing announcement of Tezos (XTZ). Tezos listing on Coinbase Custody revealed after newly hired Luke Youngblood discusses on staking and governance products. *** Luke Youngblood was the ex-Tezos developer who announced Network participating program to Coinbase custody, starting with Tezos. Nevertheless, he helped
Stellar joins the Coinbase Earn platform that pays users to learn about cryptocurrencies. One Billion Stellar Lumens (XLM) will be rewarded to the users who take the learning initiative. The project will essentially roll out about $100 million worth of cryptocurrencies at the current XLM price ($0.107). These funds are being provided by the Stellar Development