Coinbase Adds Support for Two Ethereum-Based Altcoins Across All of Its Platforms – The Daily Hodl


Top US crypto exchange Coinbase is adding two Ethereum (ETH) powered altcoins to its arsenal of tokens.

According to a tweet by the company, BadgerDAO (BADGER) and Rarible (RARI) are now available to buy, sell, convert, store, send and receive on and its iOS and Android applications.

BADGER & RARI are now live on Coinbase and in the Coinbase iOS and Android apps. Coinbase customers can log in now to buy, sell, convert, send, receive or store BADGER & RARI.

— Coinbase (@coinbase) October 14, 2021

BADGER is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) with the purpose of building infrastructure and products that help spur Bitcoin’s growth as a usable asset across other blockchains. At time of writing its BADGER governance token is trading at $28.47, down by 7.5% on the day according to CoinGecko.

RARI is the token that powers digital artist and creator community-owned non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace Rarible. Rarible is a non-custodial platform, meaning users always have control over their tokens, which are not held by Rarible. So far, the Rarible marketplace only supports Ethereum-based cryptos.

At time of writing, RARI is trading at $23.49, down 4.6% on the day according to CoinGecko.

Both altcoins recently surged in price over the announcement of being additions to Coinbase’s advanced retail trader platform Coinbase Pro.

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