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Now any idiot can apply to list their altcoin on Coinbase

Bring on the altcoin spring. Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase teased an opening of the shitcoin floodgates today with an announcement that it will allow issuers of obscure altcoins, tokens, and even digital collectables like CryptoKitties to officially apply to be listed on its exchange.  At present, Coinbase only lists a few cryptocurrencies — bitcoin, bitcoin cash,...CONTINUE READING
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Attorney General blasts cryptocurrency exchanges

It’s not just the hacks and outright scams that make cryptocurrency a risky investment.  According to a report from the office of the New York state attorney general, the exchanges themselves — the places where would-be investors go to buy and sell cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether — are not doing enough to protect their...CONTINUE READING
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Coinbase says its problem days are over. Better Business Bureau disagrees.

They’ve changed. They promise.  To hear the San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase tell it, they’ve turned over a new leaf. Sure, SEC documents revealed scores of customer complaints against them — ranging from allegations of fraud to negligence — but those were in the (very recent) past. These days, insists the company in a series...CONTINUE READING
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Desperate Coinbase customers turn to SEC with allegations of fraud

Life savings lost. Desperate cries for help. Allegations of fraud. In the six years since its founding, the San Francisco-based exchange Coinbase has established itself as one of the most trusted places to trade ether, bitcoin, litecoin, and bitcoin cash. It’s also run up its share of critics: namely, its customers.  SEE ALSO: WTF is...CONTINUE READING
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Coinbase’s cryptocurrency index fund opens its door to U.S. investors

In March, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase announced it would be launching an index fund for cryptocurrencies, allowing investors to effortlessly buy a basket of coins traded on Coinbase’s exchange GDAX, recently rebranded to Coinbase Pro.  Now, the fund is officially open for U.S. accredited investors who wish to invest from $250,000 to $20 million.  SEE ALSO:...CONTINUE READING
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Coinbase is adding Ethereum Classic to its exchange

New cryptocurrencies get added to crypto-exchanges all the time, but when Coinbase adds one, it’s news.  Coinbase, the largest U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange, has only supported four coins so far: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash. The addition of Ethereum Classic or ETC, announced on Tuesday, will happen “over the next few months,” Coinbase told Mashable. ...CONTINUE READING
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Coinbase is getting ready to expand its cryptocurrency offering after a new acquisition

Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is looking to circumvent regulatory hurdles and add new coins to its portfolio with the acquisition of Paradex, a service which allows users to trade cryptocurrencies without relying on a trusted third party.  Paradex, which launched in beta in January 2018, is a so-called relayer built on top of the 0x platform....CONTINUE READING
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For cryptocurrency to go mainstream, it needs tools like these

Cryptocurrency is going legit in a big way. Leading U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is going after institutional investors with four new major products, all of which cater to the needs of professionals and big institutions, making it easier for them to trade cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.  SEE ALSO: Facebook is working on...CONTINUE READING
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Coinbase Index Fund will track the top cryptocurrencies

Coinbase, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, is launching an index fund for cryptocurrencies, the company announced Tuesday.  The Coinbase Index Fund is a weighted average fund that ranks cryptocurrencies based on their market cap.  SEE ALSO: Redditors threaten to show up to Coinbase headquarters with guns The fund will give users...CONTINUE READING
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Redditors threaten to show up to Coinbase headquarters with guns

Well this is frightening.  Reacting to the news that Coinbase account holders had been mistakenly overcharged (in some cases, thousands of dollars), one individual took to Reddit to suggest a troubling solution: Show up at the cryptocurrency exchange’s headquarters with guns. And the person was initially met with at least some support.  The thread has...CONTINUE READING
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