Coinbase is making it easier for its Custody clients to vote their tokens on more DeFi protocols. New tools for Compound were announced Thursday.
Renowned cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase’s digital payment service Coinbase Commerce took to Twitter on Friday to announce that the firm has carried out well over two hundred million US dollars ($200 […]
The recently approved Singapore temporary licensing exemption for Coinbase certainly comes at a good time for the exchange. The U.S. based cryptocurrency exchange is one of the few firms granted […]
With a new upgrade, the Coinbase Wallet has now made it easier than ever to earn interest while you store your digital assets within it.
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Coinbase trading volume saw a significant spike during the ongoing market crash. In the last 24 hours, the trading volume of the exchange surged massively to mark record highs due […]
MakerDAO is considering USDC as collateral support to improve liquidity and the tech team has already started preparing the technical transition regardless an executive vote.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has named Coinbase’s Chief Legal Officer, Brian Brooks, as its next Chief Operating Officer and First Deputy Comptroller, starting April 1, 2020.
Coinbase co-founder and CEO Brian Armstrong says people are turning to new sources for factual information on the internet.
It appears retail investors are preventing the bleeding from getting any worse, with nearly three-quarters of the orders on cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase being “buys.”
The San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange has started grouping multiple bitcoin transactions together to benefit both users and the blockchain.
Early reports say European bank BNP Paribas has blocked transfers to Coinbase, citing “fraud, malware and scams.”