Coinbase Exchange Supports Stellar

Coinbase Exchange Supports Stellar
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Coinbase Pro, a digital currency trading and wallet service provider, will support the Stellar digital currency (XLM), according to a report published by Coinbase on March 13th.

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Coinbase Pro, a digital currency trading and wallet service provider, will support the Stellar digital currency (XLM), according to a report published by Coinbase on March 13th.

The post says Coinbase Pro now accepts a Stellar Securities Exchange (XLM) deposit approximately 12 hours before activating full trading access. Coinbase points out that after making enough supply of the Stollar digital currency, it will be possible to conduct a trading in a pair of trading currencies of the US dollar, Euro and Bitcoin (BTC) in several steps.

The Stellar deal will be conducted in three steps before full access to the commercial services, including the Limit order, the order for the market order market and the stop order. These steps include "transfer-only," "post-only," and "limit-only".

These three steps give the users the ability to transfer their digital currency to Coinbase Pro accounts, sending and executing limited orders. The Stellar deal will be possible initially for clients in the Coin Bass Supported Domain, except New York State.

Coinbase may later add another area of ​​authority to his authority. Last month, Coinbase Pro has added digital Ripple support to its services, and has recently also received the ETC, Baton Identity (BAT), the Basic Atomic Token, and the Entity Coin Cisco Privacy Protection (ZEC) Support.



In the past, these tokens have been added to the Coinbase Supermarket Supported Digitized Currencies queue before being supported by Coinbase and Android and iVus apps. The digital currency community had long been waiting for the addition of a digital currency to XRP.

This digital currency quickly reacted to news about the listing of Coinbase Pro and became one of the biggest winners at that time. However, according to a report by the research firm Blockchain Diar, the digital currency exchange rate Ripple currency for listing on the platform will undermine one of its requirements.

Coinbase , in the context of his digital assets, states that the ownership of the shares (in the form of a token) in the hands of the group is minority stocks, while, according to Diar, Ripple holds about 60% of the supply in a escrow account and is placed To be released according to a specific plan.

At the time of writing, according to data from CoinMarketCap, Stallar, it grew at 3.94% per day and trades at around $ 0.108.


Source: cointelegraph

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