Coinbase Releases Q2 Listing Suggestions Blog Post
- Coinbase (NASDAQ:) has announced the list of tokens under consideration for the second quarter of 2022.
- Cobie, a Twitter personality (NYSE:), shares her take on signup suggestions.
- The exchange plans to add more support for additional networks and an ecosystem for users.
Coinbase has announced a long list of tokens that could potentially be listed in the second quarter of 2022 in an effort to increase transparency.
In a blog post, the exchange revealed the list of tokens under consideration. However, other tokens may be under consideration but not specifically mentioned. Among those in view are 45 ERC-20 tokens on the network (ETH) and five SPL tokens on the network (SOL).
Meanwhile, Twitter personality Cobie reacted to stock market listing suggestions, mentioning three highly desirable assets.
Coinbase returns with the excellent listing suggestions of “Polkamon”, “Big Data Protocol” and “StudentCoin”.
Let’s take a look at these highly desirable assets.
— Cobie (@cobie) April 12, 2022
According to his suggestions, the Big Data Protocol (BDP) was the first desirable asset. This choice may have been based on the performance of the asset. CoinGecko shows that BDP had pumped 132% before the blog post.
Polkamon was considered in second place, as it launched its IDO on March 31, 2021, but it quickly fell 94% from ATH. The project was recently renamed Polychain Monsters.
Finally, Cobie suggested Student Coin, the first educational token designed at top universities around the world, for broad personal, financial, startup, and academic tokenization.
Additionally, the exchange recently introduced the Experimental Label for Newly Listed Assets which may apply to new assets under consideration. Similarly, Coinbase aims to list all possible assets that meet exchange standards for legal, compliance, and technical certainty.
According to the blog post, the exchange is working to support additional assets and ecosystems, Coinbase said:
We are working to add support for additional networks and ecosystems with the goal of providing the largest inventory of assets to our users.
At the time of writing, Coinbase has already supported three types of assets: native assets on their network, ERC-20 tokens, and SPL tokens. This was part of their plan to provide a wider collection of assets to their users.
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