Can There Be Two?

Coke and Pepsi, McDonald's and Burger King, Tide and Gain. In the physical world, there are many competitive pairs. In the digital world (Google, Amazon, eBay, Netflix, etc.), the biggest companies tend to completely own their categories, which raises the question: Can Coinbase's new NFT marketplace find a place alongside category-leading OpenSea, or will one have to completely dominate the other? Continue Reading →
In a move that may help drive adoption of its browser extension crypto wallet, Coinbase (the U.S.-based crypto exchange) announced that Coinbase Wallet has been upgraded to include support for NFTs (non-fungible tokens). Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, already supports an NFT marketplace and, in October, announced support for multi-chain NFT deposits and withdrawals. Continue Reading →
Taking a giant step toward a safer crypto world, Coinbase announced that, starting with Ledger, it will begin to support hardware wallets. Sometimes called "cold wallets," experts agree that hardware wallets are the preferred way to store cryptocurrency and other blockchain-based digital assets. Continue Reading →
Coinbase is the largest cryptocurrency exchange. It trades under the ticker symbol COIN. It makes most of its money on trades involving Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH), but also lets you exchange about 50 other cryptocurrencies. Almost everyone you know who has a substantial amount of BTC or ETH has done at least a few trades on Coinbase. Continue Reading →