Is considering the addition of eight new cryptocurrencies to the platform, including Algorand.
Coinbase is also planning to add 90 percent of all the crypto tokens, by market cap, in circulation to its platform.
Over time, we expect Coinbase customers around the world will have access to at least 90% of the aggregate market cap of all digital assets in circulation.
At the moment, Coinbase listed fourteen cryptocurrencies that have met the security, compliance, and project's guidelines based on the "Digital Asset Framework." Listed cryptocurrencies include Bitcoin.
As it has been seen before, almost consistently cryptocurrencies listed on Coinbase see an upswing in volume and price following an announcement-known as the "Coinbase effect."
A 63 percent spike in its market valuation 12 hours after being listed on Coinbase retail.
17 and EOS surged 10 percent on May 30 after getting listed on the exchange.
The pattern is consistent with most coins listed on Coinbase, except XRP. It remains to be seen which one out of the eight cryptocurrencies under scrutiny will actually get listed on the exchange and how its price will react afterwards.
At the moment, these cryptocurrencies appear to already be enjoying some of the attention given by today's announcement.
Harmony jumped 20 percent and Matic is up 18.5 percent.
Coinbase considers listing eight new coins including Dash, Decred, Ontology, and Algorand
Publicado en Aug 5, 2019
by Cryptoslate | Publicado en Coinage
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