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Coinbase, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, has launched full retail support for three small-cap cryptocurrencies

According to a new tweet from Coinbase, Aventus (AVT), Render Token (RNDR), and Quantstamp (QSP) are now available on the exchange’s website and mobile apps.

The three assets were offered on Coinbase Pro earlier this week.

Quantstamp is a smart contract security auditing protocol that includes a bug bounty scheme and automated software testing.

The project’s native token, QSP, is currently trading at $0.07, up over 88 percent in the last week. However, the 544th-ranked crypto currency by market cap has dropped more than 22% in the last 24 hours.

Render Token is an Ethereum-based token for the Render Network, a distributed image-synthesizing ecosystem made up of GPU machines.

RNDR, the company’s native token, is currently trading at $3.57, up more than 23% in the last week. The 143rd most valuable crypto asset is also up 7.48 percent in the last day.

Aventus is a layer-2 scaling solution for Ethereum. At the time of writing, the project’s native token, AVT, is trading at $3.09, up roughly 7% in the last seven days.

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