As promised, the leading US crypto exchange Coinbase has dramatically increased the number of coins supported on its platform. The company just added Stellar (XLM), a few weeks after the long-rumored debut of XRP.

So which coins will land the coveted Coinbase listing next?

Back in December, Coinbase revealed it’s taking a hard look at 31 additional cryptocurrencies. The platform now supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Stellar, Ethereum Classic, Zcash, 0x, Basic Attention Token and USD Coin.

That leaves 28 coins on Coinbase’s list of prospects.

• Cardano
• Aeternity
• Aragon
• Bread Wallet
• Civic
• Dai
• District0x
• Enjin Coin
• Golem
• Kyber Network
• ChainLink
• Loom Network
• Loopring
• Decentraland
• Mainframe
• Maker
• OmiseGo
• QuarkChain
• Augur
• Request Network
• Status
• Storj
• Tezos

Coinbase Pro, the company’s professional trading platform, already supports a handful of the coins on the list above: Civic, Dai, District0x, Golem, Loom, Decentraland and Zcash.


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