It’s been a little over a year since Electroneum (ETN) first launched, and since then, the team has made great strides in getting the coin listed on several exchanges and wallets. However, one of the most popular exchanges – Coinbase – still does not support ETN. This has led many to wonder: will Electroneum ever be on Coinbase?
The short answer is that it’s possible, but there’s no guarantee. Coinbase has been notoriously slow in adding new coins, and they tend to be very conservative when it comes to adding new assets.
That said, there are a few things working in Electroneum’s favor.
For one, ETN is now available on several major exchanges, including Binance and Kucoin. This gives the coin more exposure and liquidity, which could make it more attractive to Coinbase.
Additionally, Electroneum has a strong community of supporters who are constantly pushing for the coin to be listed on more exchanges.
Coinbase also tends to list coins that have a strong use case and are being used in real-world applications. Electroneum fits this criteria as well, with its mobile mining app and partnerships with major companies like Samsung.
Ultimately, whether or not Electroneum will be added to Coinbase remains to be seen. However, the coin does have a good chance of being listed on the exchange eventually due to its growing popularity and real-world use cases.