These 14 Crypto Assets Could Receive Big Five From Coinbase in 2021

Coinbase says it is reviewing a group of crypto assets that could soon make their first appearance on the main US cryptocurrency exchange.

The San Francisco-based company has added a long list of crypto assets this year, including recent additions of Aave (AAVE), Bancor (BNT), and Synthetix (SNX) assets to Coinbase Pro.

This year, the exchange also locked in support for Filecoin (FIL), NuCypher (NU), Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), Balancer (BAL), Ren (REN), Uniswap (UNI), (YFI), Loopring (LRC), UMA (UMA) Celo (CGLD), Numeraire (NMR), Band (BAND), Composite (COMP), Manufacturer (MKR) and OmiseGo (OMG).

After those additions, Coinbase is now exploring the possibility of supporting 14 more crypto assets that remain on the table.

Those coins are Ampleforth (AMPL), Blockstack (STX), Curve (CRV), (FET), Flexacoin (FXC), Helium (HNT), Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR), Kava coin (KAVA), Melon (MLN), Ocean Protocol (OCEAN), Paxos Gold (PXG), Reserve Rights (RSR), tBTC, and THETA.

Coinbase says its plan is to support all assets that meet its technical standards and comply with applicable regulations.

“Over time we expect our customers worldwide to have access through Coinbase platforms to at least 90% of the aggregate market cap of all digital assets in circulation.”

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