Coinbase is unveiling a suite of new initiatives designed to expand its market share. The latest update called "Coinbase Bundles," refers to the pre-packaged collection of five cryptocurrencies available for purchase on Coinbase. The Bundle consists of Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin…
Coinbase is unveiling a suite of new initiatives designed to expand its market share.
The latest update called “Coinbase Bundles,” refers to the pre-packaged collection of five cryptocurrencies available for purchase on Coinbase. The Bundle consists of Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Ethereum Classic (ETC).
A bundle of five cryptocurrencies can be purchased for a meager sum of $25. With the current market cap employed in calculating a diversified portfolio of cryptocurrencies available for purchase with a couple of taps, Coinbase will save customers a lot of hassles.
The exchange hopes to introduce the new update to its U.S., E.U, and U.K markets in the coming weeks. At the moment, the digital asset platform has not set a maximum purchase size for a Bundle, but there are daily purchase limits on a per customer basis, at the moment. When a customer buys a bundle, it will be stored on their Coinbase wallet, where it can be purchased, sold, sent or received as an individual asset.
The digital asset platform will also host Information Asset Pages on the top 50 digital currencies on its platform, along with a new section, called “Coinbase Learn,” which will educate first time traders to cryptocurrency. The Vice President and General Manager of Coinbase Consumer Dan Romero stated that the ability of people to understand, explore and choose cryptocurrency would go a long way in determining the possibility of an open financial system coming to reality.
“We expect that millions of people will make their first cryptocurrency purchase in the coming years. But all too often, getting started can be overwhelming for people learning about crypto for the first time.”
The Information Asset Pages will provide customers with all information about the top 50 cryptocurrencies based on market cap. Customers can learn about cryptocurrencies that are neither available for purchase nor sale on Coinbase. The page also furnishes its users with information on historical trading data, current market cap and referral links to project websites.
Romero said the new Coinbase Learn section would be exclusively set aside to enlighten newbies on cryptocurrency. It also provides answers to frequently asked questions.
Taking time to acquaint others about cryptocurrency is no mean feat. It is fair to say there is no particular database containing all the fundamental principles responsible for the technology. This new section about to be launched by Coinbase will teach and educate newbies about cryptocurrency. Responses to the frequently asked questions stemmed from customer research and were cross-checked with individuals new to the virtual currency.
Coinbase recently announced an overhaul to their digital asset listing process to make it faster to list more assets that are compliant with local laws on a “jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction” basis. It also added support for ethereum classic and raised the daily buy limits for users to $25,000 and eliminated the sell limit.
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Last modified: January 24, 2020 10:59 PM UTC