Coinbase.com, the US cryptocurrency exchange, has added a Stellar Lumens (XLM) coin to the listing (https://www.stellar.org/). XLM tokens are now available on Coinbase.com and in Coinbase apps for Android and iOS.
According to Medium, Stellar Lumens cryptocurrency support is available from March 18. All clients of the exchange platform can now "buy, sell, convert, send, receive or store XLM".
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Coinbase Listing – Stellar
The blog exchange states that XLM tokens will be available to customers from all over the world in the future. At the time of listing orders and Stellar storage became possible only for residents of New York and the UK. It is not known when the token bidding will spread to other countries.
Coinbase described Stellar as a "fast and reliable coin" in a message about listing a new cryptocurrency.
"Stellar is committed to quickly and reliably connect banks, payment systems and individuals. Since his launch in 2014, he planned to unite the global financial infrastructure so that money could quickly and cheaply flow between banks, businesses and people." – Coinbase, Medium.
Support for XLM tokens is associated with recent changes to the rules for adding coins to the platform. The listing process at Coinbase will now be faster, and cryptocurrency will be evaluated by new parameters.
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Within a few hours after the addition of Stellar to the stock exchange, the coin rate rose by almost 4%, according to CoinMarketCap.
Stellar is now on Coinbase.com, all information about the new listing of tokens was published on the company's official blog. This is not the first exchange that has been added by Stellar over the past week.
Recall that Cryptobit.Media already wrote about the price increase for Stellar after the coin hit the listing on Coinbase Pro.
Editor: Godfrid Brower