In XNUMX and XNUMX, people still spoke of the so-called Coinbase effect . But with a few exceptions, the listing on one of the largest stock exchanges worldwide currently has no major impact on the price. Nevertheless, many investors around the world associate a listing on Coinbase with a certain seriousness of the project, because the exchange examines the cryptocurrencies it lists particularly well. Now XNUMX new projects have been announced, which could be considered for a future listing.
Possible coinbase listing: VeChain (VET), Bancor (BNT), Aave (LEND), and much more.
Coinbase has made its goal to cover at least XNUMX% of the market capitalization with their offered cryptocurrencies. However, this should only be achieved with digital assets that meet the technical requirements of the stock exchange and the applicable laws.
After the cryptocurrencies Maker (MKR) and OmiseGo (OMG) were only listed a few days ago, the company presented 18 more digital assets yesterday, which could be listed on the crypto exchange in the future:
- KEEP Network
- Origin Protocol
- Render network
- SCALE Network
Of course, a listing of the above-mentioned cryptocurrencies is not guaranteed, as stated in the press release. Coinbase will only examine the digital assets and decide whether one of them meets the technical requirements of the exchange, which could ultimately lead to a listing.
Violent criticism of Coinbaes
When Bitcoin (BTC) broke the $ 10,000 USD mark for the first time in a long time several days ago, Coinbase again experienced failures. Users could not use the exchange and therefore could not buy or sell. For this, Coinbase had to listen to violent criticism from the community - and rightly so. Because it was not the first time that Coinbase could not be reached due to the extremely volatile Bitcoin price.
As the criticism grew louder, Coinbase was forced to make a public statement about the incidents. The enormous increase in traffic should be to blame within a very short time:
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