Coinbase Will Soon List Three New Cryptocurrencies

  • Coinbase to add three new tokens to the listing roadmap for their crypto exchange.
  • The recently introduced cryptocurrencies are  Audius (AUDIO), Threshold (T), and Axelar (AXL).

Coinbase will soon add three new tokens to the listing roadmap for their cryptocurrency exchange. The exchange’s main intent of serving as a bridge to Web3 has been accompanied by this announcement. 

Three further altcoins have been added to the crypto exchange’s catalog of tradable items. The recently introduced cryptocurrencies are ERC-20-based ones like Audius (AUDIO), Threshold (T), and Axelar (AXL), which operate on their blockchain. Following the announcement, the prices of the three cryptocurrencies increased gradually. 

Announcement Leads Price Rise

The current price of AUDIO is $0.2125 with a 24-hour trading volume of $59,002,189. In the past 24 hours, AUDIO has increased by 8.38% as per CoinMarketcap. The current Threshold (T) price is $0.04469, and there has been $783,877,916 worth of trades in the past 24 hours. In the past 24 hours, Threshold (T) increased by 86.15% as per the CMC. At the time of writing Axelar (AXL) is trading at $0.5893 with a 24-hour trading volume of $1,045,539. In the last 24 hours, AXL has increased by 0.77%.  

Kava was listed on Coinbase last week, and it will quickly begin a huge Learning Rewards Campaign to inform its user base about how Kava is advancing Web3 technology. Kava and Coinbase now have a native connection that makes it simple to advertise Kava ecosystem projects, stake KAVA on Coinbase, and enable DeFi for Coinbase customers on Kava. 

Additionally, Kava collaborated with the Coinbase team to make it much simpler for Cosmos chains to list on the platform, opening up access to liquidity for Cosmos projects and promoting the adoption and expansion of the entire Cosmos ecosystem.

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