Coinbase started accepting Ethereum Classic

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Bitria “news” Coinbase started accepting Ethereum Classic

This week has been successful for cryptocurrency Ethereum Classic, as two major cryptocurrency platform add support for coins.

Yesterday Robinhood ETC added to your list of cryptocurrencies listed on the new cryptocurrency platform. Today Coinbase Pro has started to accept deposits ETC and will be available for trade against USD and other cryptocurrencies at the end of this week.

“After the update last week on the final stages of testing Ethereum Classic (ETC), we now accept inbound transfers ETC at CoinbasePro,” wrote representatives of Coinbase on his Twitter.

Following last week’s update about the final stage of testing for Ethereum Classic (ETC), we are now accepting inbound transfers of ETC on @CoinbasePro. Full launch schedule here: https://t.co/SRPufCbvbm

— Coinbase (@coinbase) August 7, 2018

The team plans to add on ETC Coinbase.com when will have sufficient liquidity.

These two announcements have stimulated a considerable growth of prices ETC. Over the last week Ethereum Classic rose in price by more than 11% against the USD, making it not only the best performer among coins with a market capitalization of over $1 billion, but the only cryptocurrency with large capitalization, which saw positive price action during this period.

Also yesterday we released some updates to the brokerage platform was a higher purchase limit to $25 thousand and eliminated limits on purchases and sales for Bank transfers.

Coinbase now allows users to start trading cryptocurrency immediately after purchase. Previously, users had to wait for a Bank transfer before you receive your funds, a process that can take up to five working days. Now users will be able to trade these funds immediately, although they will not be able to transfer them to an external wallet until payment is cleared.

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