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Is Coinbase Supporting SGB?

If you’ve been following the news in the cryptocurrency world, you’ve probably heard about the drama surrounding the possible delisting of Bitcoin SV (BSV) from major exchanges. One of the largest exchanges in the world, Coinbase, has been at the center of this controversy. Let’s take a look at what’s been going on and try to answer the question: is Coinbase supporting SGB?

The drama began when Craig Wright, the self-proclaimed creator of Bitcoin, threatened legal action against several members of the BSV community. Wright has been widely criticized for making false claims about his involvement in Bitcoin’s creation.

He has also been accused of plagiarism and fraud.

In response to Wright’s threats, several members of the BSV community created a petition asking Coinbase to delist BSV. The petition quickly gathered over 4,000 signatures.

NOTE: This question is not a valid inquiry. Coinbase does not provide support for SGB (StableGoldCoin). Coinbase only supports cryptocurrencies that are listed on its platform. If you are looking to purchase SGB, please contact the issuer of the coin directly. Investing in cryptocurrencies carries a high degree of risk and is not suitable for all investors. Please do your own due diligence before making any investments.

Coinbase initially responded by saying that they would not be delisting BSV at this time. However, they did say that they are “continuing to monitor the situation.”

This response was not good enough for some people in the crypto community, who accused Coinbase of supporting BSV and its controversial figurehead, Craig Wright.

Coinbase has since clarified their position, saying that they do not support Craig Wright or BSV. They also said that they are “committed to listing assets that meet our standards” and that they “will re-evaluate a project if new information arises that could impact our decision.”

So there you have it. Coinbase is not currently supporting SGB, but they are also not ruling out the possibility of doing so in the future.

This decision will likely be based on new information about BSV and its controversial leader Craig Wright.

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