Since its inception in 2017, Wanchain has been on a mission to build a cross-chain platform that enables the exchange of digital assets across different blockchains. The platform is designed to facilitate the development of decentralized applications (dApps) and smart contracts, and to provide a secure, efficient, and scalable way for enterprises to use blockchain technology.
To date, Wanchain has successfully launched its mainnet and released several enterprise-grade products, including the Wanchain Wallet, the Wanchain Blockchain Explorer, and the Wanchain Blockchain Explorer. The platform is also home to a growing community of developers and users who are building a wide range of dApps on Wanchain.
One of the key features of Wanchain is its support for cross-chain transactions. This means that users can transfer assets between different blockchains without the need for a central intermediary.
The platform uses a unique cross-chain protocol that allows it to connect with any blockchain that supports smart contracts, including Ethereum, Bitcoin, EOSIO, and others.
In recent months, Wanchain has been working closely with Coinbase to explore ways to enable cross-chain transfers of digital assets on the Coinbase platform. The two companies have been collaborating on technical integrations and are also working on joint marketing initiatives.
At this time, there is no official word on when or if Wanchain will be listed on Coinbase. However, the fact that the two companies are working together closely suggests that it is a possibility in the future.