The Coinbase cryptocurrency exchange is offering developers a faster way to get those coins, tokens and other digital assets out to the public.
According to a blog post, there are “thousands of digital assets of all types, including coins, tokens, forks, stablecoins and collectibles,” and customers have been asking Coinbase “to add support” for them.
So now new digital assets will be listed if they meet Coinbase’s seven-step quality criteria and are compliant with local laws on a “jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction” approach.
Because listing announcements will become more frequent, Coinbase said it expects to announce the additional assets “only at or near the time of public launch across one or more Coinbase products. While this is a change from our earlier process of pre-announcing far in advance, we will still announce early enough to allow for sufficient liquidity on our exchange and an orderly market bootup process.”
For now there’s no application fee but that is subject to change, Coinbase said.