Coinbase announced that it plans a possible addition of 17 new cryptos to its platform including Telegram provided that the assets meet set technical standards and comply with applicable laws.
Nasdaq’s Defix index will offer real-time tracking of crypto assets of different blockchain projects like MakerDao, Augur, Gnosis, Numerai, 0x and Amoveo.
Gemini cryptocurrency exchange has announced the launch of its custody product dubbed Gemini Custody that will support 18 tokens letting traders transact instantly since it offers them credit.
Fidelity, Deloitte, Amazon, and 20 other firms are backing a new blockchain accelerator program that is set up by IDEO CoLab Ventures, a venture arm from design firm IDEO.
Coinbase Custody announced that they will be supporting Blockchain Capital (BCAP) deposits and withdrawals. Blockchain Capital’s native token BCAP is one of the very first security tokens for which they conducted an STO in April 2017.
Now Coinbase supports 53 countries and territories across four continents and opens up to a combined market of over 2 billion people.
An attacker exploited a concurrency bug and created 2.25 billion XLM. Despite there were no media reports on the matter, Stellar stated that they had mentioned the bug twice in their release notes where they made it clear that the bug was exploited.
Coinbase adds Stellar Lumens to its professional trading service Coinbase Pro. Initially, XLM trading will be only available for customers in Coinbase’s supported jurisdictions, expect the state of New York.