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Coinbase Aims to Be the 'Amazon' of Crypto, CEO Says Exchange Wants to List All Legal Crypto Assets

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Coinbase Aims to Be the 'Amazon' of Crypto, CEO Says Exchange Wants to List All Legal Crypto Assets

Coinbase Aims to Be the 'Amazon' of Crypto, CEO Says Exchange Wants to List All Legal Crypto Assets

The Nasdaq-listed cryptocurrency trade Coinbase says that it desires to be “the Amazon of belongings” and record each authorized crypto asset on the market. The corporate has outlined two main long-term tendencies affecting its enterprise.

Coinbase Needs to Record All Authorized Cryptocurrencies

Coinbase revealed its plan throughout the Q2 2021 earnings name Tuesday. CEO Brian Armstrong defined: “We at Coinbase at all times take into consideration longer-term cycles of crypto … We’re at all times wanting on the long-term tendencies.” He described two key tendencies affecting Coinbase.

“The primary one is that we’re persevering with to see this pattern of individuals utilizing crypto for increasingly issues past buying and selling,” Armstrong detailed. He added that “For instance, we now have 1.7 million customers doing staking in crypto, which is a method to earn a yield in your belongings.”

The CEO continued, “The second huge pattern we’re seeing is this concept of Coinbase embracing decentralization,” elaborating:

We wish to be the Amazon of belongings, record each asset on the market in crypto that’s authorized. There are millions of them right this moment. There are finally going to be tens of millions of them. That is all underneath the theme of embracing decentralization.

Armstrong emphasised: “We’ve a really rigorous course of we’ve created on the compliance and the authorized and cybersecurity analysis of those belongings to verify they adjust to these requirements, however as soon as we get snug with that, we wish to record varied belongings that meet these itemizing standards.”

He additional famous: “Bitcoin and ethereum nonetheless make up about 50% of our buying and selling quantity and the opposite 50% is the lengthy tail of all the opposite belongings that we help. No single a kind of long-tail belongings accounts for greater than 10% of our buying and selling quantity so it’s actually beginning to grow to be fairly a various set of belongings on the market.”

The Coinbase govt talked about that in the second quarter, his platform listed 22 new cash, together with dogecoin (DOGE). He opined:

Our general method is we’re agnostic about which belongings are going to win, we actually simply wish to help each asset that’s authorized for our clients.

In Q2, the corporate raked in $2 billion and fashioned partnerships with notable individuals and corporations together with Elon Musk, Spacex, and PNC Financial institution. On the finish of June, the corporate stated it wished to launch an Apple-like app retailer for cryptocurrencies.

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