Coinbase Launches New Tools to Improve Crypto Education and Trading
San Francisco-based cryptocurrency giant Coinbase has launched a suite of new tools to improve education and trading activity on its platform while lowering the barrier of entry for retail investors to enter the crypto market.
We’re rolling out a suite of new features to help people understand, explore, and buy their first cryptocurrency. Learn more about Coinbase Bundle, Coinbase Asset Pages, and Coinbase Learn here: https://t.co/djQbqGkDKI
— Coinbase (@coinbase) September 27, 2018
According to the announcement, three new tools are now all publicly available, including Coinbase Bundle, market-weighted selection of the five cryptocurrencies available for purchase with as little as $25, Informational Asset Pages, pages devoted to the top 50 cryptocurrencies by market cap, and Coinbase Learn, a new section of the Coinbase website to educate people who are new to cryptocurrency, answering some of their basic questions.
The news follows a Coinbase’s recent partnership with Caspian, the first institutional grade full-stack crypto trading and risk management platform for professional traders and investors, to bring advanced trading tools to the Coinbase Prime platform.
Earlier this week, Coinbase revealed that it has rolled out a new process for the rapid listing of top altcoins based on compliance with local regulators. Now, projects of all sizes can submit their coins for listing, and if accepted, will be available in regions that allow investors access.
Coinbase’s new educational tools come out in direct competition to Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, which recently launched a beta launch of Info 2.0, a learning portal designed to enable users to quickly learn about each blockchain project and the network and services it provides.
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