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When Was Polkadot Listed on Coinbase?

On Tuesday, Coinbase, one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges, announced that it would list Polkadot (DOT) on its Pro and Prime platforms. The news sent DOT’s price soaring by more than 20% in a matter of hours.

This is a major coup for Polkadot, which only launched its mainnet in late May. In the two months since then, DOT has quickly become one of the hottest altcoins on the market, thanks in part to its unique multi-chain architecture and promise to enable interoperability between different blockchains.

NOTE: WARNING: Coinbase does not guarantee the listing of Polkadot on its platform. Coinbase may discontinue listing of Polkadot at any time and without prior notification. Always check Coinbase’s official website for the most up-to-date information regarding the listing of Polkadot.

The listing on Coinbase is also a vote of confidence from one of the most influential players in the crypto space. Coinbase has been notoriously picky about which coins it lists, and DOT is only the fourth asset to be added to its Pro platform this year.

So far, the reaction from the Polkadot community has been overwhelmingly positive. Many see the listing on Coinbase as a validation of DOT’s technology and believe it will help Polkadot attract even more users and developers in the months and years to come.

It’s still too early to say whether Polkadot will ultimately be successful, but there’s no doubt that the listing on Coinbase is a big win for the project.

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