Coinbase announced that it will be adding Ethereum Classic to its platform. Trading will not begin anytime soon, unfortunately, as it will take a few months for them to properly integrate the coin into their platform.
Ethereum Classic will first be listed on Coinbase Markets, Coinbase Pro, and Prime, after which Coinbase may add support.
With the upcoming listing, Ethereum Classic will become the fifth cryptocurrency listed on the platform after Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash.
Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States in terms of trading volume, has announced its intention to add support for Ethereum Classic (ETC) to its ecosystem.
Well, we didn't see this coming. Note that customers who previously had an Ethereum Classic balance on the platform as a result of the 2016 Ethereum hard fork and did not elect to withdraw their funds prior to January 2017 will receive a corresponding Ethereum Classic credit. "You people just don't learn...." A day ago, Binance listed TRX/USDT pair as support to Tron's Main Net migration.
"This will undoubtedly bring a new level of visibility to Ethereum Classic, which is a decentralized smart contract platform similar to Ethereum".
"#Binance Adds #ETC/BNB and $ETC/USDT Trading Pairs."Ethereum Classic is the cryptocurrency that was the result of a hard fork of the Ethereum network in July 2016.
Coinbase Pro - the Pro team is planning to add trading support for Ethereum Classic. After the catapult gain, ETC is now trading at $15.59 with a market cap of $1.59 billion.
"Ethereum Classic $ETC up 25% following @coinbase announcement". Due to a philosophical disagreement within the community, the hard fork ended up creating two coins - Ethereum and Ethereum Classic. ETC books will open in post-only for a minimum of one hour. Considering the markets recent bearish performance, where most of the coins are bleeding, this is a huge achievement for Ethereum Classic. So far things are all on the brighter side for this currency when the entire market is thriving to stabilize itself.