Coinbase lists Civic (CVC), Decentraland (MANA), and District0x (DNT)
- US crypto exchange, Coinbase, recently listed three new cryptocurrencies to its retail platform.
- The coins in question — Civic, Decentraland, and District0x, were already listed on Coinbase Pro.
- Coinbase also made other three coins — 0x, Kyber Network, and OMG Network, available for NY users.
US crypto exchange, Coinbase, is constantly receiving requests to list more cryptocurrencies from its community. The coins that the exchange is willing to offer need to be able to meet certain requirements, which would allow the exchange to remain regulatory compliant.
While most coins that the exchange has reviewed over the years ended up disappointing. But, from time to time, there are a few good ones that the exchange decides to offer as part of its main platform.
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Now, Coinbase announced the listings of three new cryptos on its official blog, with hints that others might soon follow.
Coinbase’s newly-listed coins
According to the exchange’s official announcement, Coinbase now allows users to trade three new tokens. Those include a decentralized ID protocol token, Civic (CVC), a decentralized marketplace token, District0x (DNT), and a virtual real estate token, Decentraland (MANA).
All of these coins are ERC-20 tokens, and they are not new to Coinbase’s ecosystem. Coinbase Pro has been allowing traders to use them since 2018. However, Coinbase’s decision to list them on its retail exchange, as well, will expose the coins to a lot larger community.
Another surprising development is that another three tokens that the exchange is already offering, will now also become available to New York’s residents. The coins in question include a DEX token 0x (ZRX), an Ethereum scaling platform token OMG Network (OMG), and an on-chain liquidity protocol token, Kyber Network (KNC).
As mentioned, Coinbase has been working hard on meeting the users’ demands, while still staying regulatory compliant. While it is a difficult task to complete, the exchange plans to continue doing it, and hopefully, it expects to list a new group of tokens in the near future.