American cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, in line with its commitment to transparency in the market, this Friday revealed another list of assets it is currently considering listing..
In total, it included 19 cryptocurrencies and tokens. Apparently Coinbase has decided to keep up with the trends and have listed many Decentralized Finance (DeFi) assets..
Ampleforth’s “adaptive coin” comes first in alphabetical order. It hit the headlines this week after hitting over $ 700 million in a matter of days and then plummeting to $ 230 million.. Besides, the list contains the popular DeFi protocols Balancer and Curve, as well as tokenized bitcoins on the Ethereum tBTC and WBTC blockchain.
In addition, Coinbase is considering listing several tokens that have been initially listed on the Binance Launchpad platform. These are Band Protocol, Fetch.ai and Kava. Coinbase users may be able to invest in gold, which is of interest to market participants due to its new all-time highs, if the company approves the listing of the Paxos Gold stablecoin.
Also on the list are Blockstack, Flexacoin, Helium, Hedera Hashgraph, Melon, Ocean Protocol, Reserve Rights, The Graph, THETA and UMA.
As always, Coinbase notes that it does not guarantee the listing of any of these assets, and specific decisions will be made based on technical and legal factors. The exchange also states that the absence of assets of interest to users in the list does not mean that it will not consider the possibility of listing them in the future..
This is the sixth such notice from Coinbase in two years. In the past, the company stuck to the published listings and added some of the assets from them to its platform after some time..
At the time of publication, most of the tokens named today by Coinbase are trading in the green zone with gains of 2-8%. Melon with 17%, Ocean Protocol with 13% and UMA with 10% stand out against the general background..
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