Coinbase stock hits new lows, falling almost 87% over the year

    Coinbase stock has fallen to an all-time low of $32.40 per share, dropping 6% over the past five days. America’s largest crypto exchange is ending the year on a sad note amid falling revenues and profits. It has been a brutal 2022 for Coinbase investors, with the company’s stock falling almost 87% over the year…

    Coinbase strikes Tether in the ‘stablecoin wars’

    Coinbase has called on users to convert their Tether (USDT) stablecoins to USDC – the stablecoin it co-founded – with zeroing exchange fees. The move follows a battle of words between Tether and some media outlets. “Now more than ever, stability and trust are of the utmost importance to customers,” Coinbase stated in an official…

    Coinbase disables NFT transfers in its iOS wallet, citing new AppStore policies

    Crypto exchange Coinbase has disabled NFT transfers on its iOS wallet app because of a dispute with Apple over the company’s in-app purchase policy. The exchange said Apple is demanding it pay a 30% tax on gas fees used to transfer NFTs. Crypto exchange Coinbase announced that users can no longer transfer NFTs using Coinbase’s…

    Coinbase Wallet to stop support for BCH, ETC, Ripple and Stellar

    Coinbase Wallet will no longer support the native tokens associated with Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Ripple’s XRP Ledger (XRP), and Stellar (XLM), starting Dec.5, citing “low usage” as its reason for no longer supporting those tokens. According to a Nov. 29 notice on the crypto exchange’s website, Coinbase said its wallet will no…

    Coinbase survey: 62% of investors increased allocations over 12 months

    A Coinbase survey revealed that crypto winter affected investors’ sentiment not as bad as expected. Thus, 58% of investors in the survey expect to increase allocations over the next three years. The 2022 Digital Assets Outlook Survey found that 62% of investors who are currently invested in crypto increased their allocations in the past 12…

    Grayscale won’t share proof of reserves, while Coinbase vouches for its products

    Grayscale Investments won’t show proof of reserves, citing “security concerns” after Bitcoin and Ether products fall to new all-time lows. Meanwhile, Coinbase testified to the security of Grayscale’s digital assets products held in Coinbase Custody, the WSJ reported. Crypto firms are under pressure now to share information about the health of their reserves after FTX…