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Why Are Some Coins Not Tradable on Coinbase?

As of March 2018, Coinbase does not support the trading of certain coins on its platform. The reason for this is that Coinbase is a regulated company, and it must comply with regulations in the jurisdictions in which it operates. Some coins are not yet regulated, and Coinbase cannot list them until they are. Other coins are simply not supported by Coinbase because they do not meet the company’s standards for listing.

NOTE: WARNING: Trading in cryptocurrency is a high-risk activity and requires experience, knowledge and understanding of the crypto markets. Please be aware that some coins are not tradable on Coinbase, which means that you will not be able to buy or sell them. Before engaging in any form of cryptocurrency trading, it is essential that you research the coin thoroughly and ensure that it is listed on Coinbase before you make any trades. Failure to do so may lead to significant financial losses.

For example, Coinbase requires that all coins listed on its platform have a functioning blockchain, a well-designed website, and a committed team of developers. Some coins do not meet these criteria, and Coinbase will not list them until they do.

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