Coinbase now drops a list of 50 tokens that might be listed in Q2 2022
Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States, announced its latest listing roadmap on April 12, disclosing the names that could potentially list on the exchange in the second quarter of 2022.
This is part of Coinbase’s effort to make operations more transparent and minimize information asymmetry between projects and regular investors, but keep in mind that not all of the assets on the list below will be listed. Other unmentioned tokens may be under consideration, according to the crypto exchange, although they aren’t mentioned specifically. 45 ERC-20 tokens on the Ethereum (ETH) network and five SPL tokens on the Solana (SOL) network are among Coinbase’s noted tokens.
Among them, there are many remarkable names such as cross-chain cloud platform Aleph.im (ALEPH), stablecoins Binance USD (BUSD) and Gemini USD (GUSD), BitDAO’s BIT token, Coin98 wallet (C98), information statistics platform DappRadar (RADAR), OpenDAO token (DAO) claiming to be the currency for NFT OpenSea market, etc.
Some seasoned crypto traders, on the other hand, feel this might-be-listed-tokens list is bad.
Many tokens in Coinbase’s list make the crypto community raise eyebrows when they first heard, such as Honey (HONEY), Index Cooperative (INDEX), Jupiter (JUP), Kromatika (KROM), Student Coin (STC),… or the case of a seemingly “dead” project like Big Data Protocol (BDP).
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