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Coinbase Adds Two Ethereum-Based Altcoins To Its Platforms

Top US crypto giant Coinbase is adding two Ethereum (ETH) altcoins to its number of tokens.

More so, BadgerDAO (BADGER) and Rarible (RARI) are currently live on Coinbase Pro. Furthermore, one can buy, sell, convert, store, send and receive them on the retail trading platform Coinbase.com. Also, including its iOS and Android applications.

Notably, BADGER is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO). Also, it is for building infrastructure and products. Which of course, assists Bitcoin’s growth as a usable asset across other blockchains.

Currently, BADGER governance token is trading at around $28.47, ie. 7.5% decline on the day. This is due to support by Coinbase.

More so, RARI is the token that powers digital artist. Then, creator community-owned non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace Rarible.

Additionally, Rarible is a non-custodial platform, where users can control their tokens. Still, the Rarible marketplace only supports Ethereum’s cryptos.

This is due to support by Coinbase.
Currently, RARI is trading at around $23.49, ie. 4.6% decline on the day.

Lastly, Both altcoins’ price spikes recently after Coinbase’s professional trading platform shows support.


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