Coinbase is the largest digital currency exchange in the United States by volume, with over 40 cryptocurrencies
listed on their platform.
With its ease-of-use, trusted security, and approved legal status in the US, Coinbase has been the place that most folks turn to when getting started in crypto.
Dogecoin has historically been ignored by Coinbase, partially because Dogecoin was treated as a joke, had a low market cap, and until recently traded only under 1 cent.
However, Dogecoin’s resurrection this year has revived a renascence of enthusiasm, heralded by the self-proclaimed #DogeArmy, bringing forth a plethora of incentives for Coinbase to put Dogecoin on their platform.
The truth is that Doge is good for business
, as Slim Jim
and the Dallas Mavericks
have come to learn within the past week.
Coinbase has little to gain from keeping up their breed bias.
They have a chance to gain millions of customers (and dollars) by enabling Dogecoin trading, and with the pressure on from Elon, they should be making it a priority.