San Francisco-based digital currency exchange Coinbase is currently the most popular way to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in the US. However, it does not support every cryptocurrency.
One such currency is Sologenic, which is set to have an airdrop on March 15.
Sologenic is a decentralized ecosystem that allows users to tokenize assets on the Stellar network. The airdrop will distribute 5% of the total supply of SOLO tokens to Stellar Lumens (XLM) holders.
In order to be eligible for the airdrop, users must hold a minimum of 10 XLM in their Coinbase account by March 13.
While Coinbase has not officially announced whether or not it will support the SOLO airdrop, there are several indications that it will. First, Coinbase has listed SOLO on its “Asset page”, which provides information about various digital assets that are available on its platform.
Second, Coinbase has been actively adding support for new assets in recent months, including other airdrops such as the one for OMG Network (OMG).
It is also worth noting that Sologenic has partnered with several major companies, including Binance and OKEx, both of which are listed on Coinbase’s Asset page. This suggests that Coinbase is interested in supporting SOLO and its ecosystem.
Given all of this evidence, it seems likely that Coinbase will support the Sologenic airdrop. This would be good news for users of the exchange, as it would provide them with an easy way to receive SOLO tokens.