Coinbase has announced that is exploring an additional 29 cryptocurrencies including Ripple, in addition to the previously announced Cardano and Stellar, bringing the total coins the firm is exploring to 31 in total.
Coinbase Explores 29 More Altcoins In Addition to Cardano and Stellar
Back in September, Coinbase announced its ambitious goal to “rapidly list” any “digital assets that are compliant with local law.” Now, the San Francisco-based cryptocurrency giant is staying true to that word and has revealed a variety of new altcoins that the firm is “exploring” support for to potentially list in the future.
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While Coinbase is quick to point out that they “cannot guarantee” all of the assets will eventually be listed for trading on Coinbase and Coinbase Pro, the current crypto kingpin aims to offer its clients “access to greater than 90% of all compliant digital assets by market cap,” starting with the following altcoins:
Cardano (ADA) Aeternity (AE) Aragon (ANT) Bread Wallet (BRD) Civic (CVC) Dai (DAI) district0x (DNT) EnjinCoin (ENJ) EOS (EOS) Golem Network (GNT) IOST (IOST) Kin (KIN) Kyber Network (KNC) ChainLink (LINK) Loom Network (LOOM) Loopring (LRC) Decentraland (MANA)