It’s been a big year for cryptocurrency. Bitcoin surged to an all-time high of over $19,000 in December and has since settled around $15,000. Ethereum reached a record high of $1,400 in January, and Litecoin surged to over $370 in December. But one of the hottest cryptocurrencies of 2017 has been Holo. Holo is a decentralized application platform that uses the blockchain to power its distributed hosting marketplace. The Holo token is used to pay for hosting services on the Holo network.
Holo has seen explosive growth since it launched in December, with the price of the Holo token rising from $0.001 to over $0.30 in just two weeks. This has led to speculation that Holo could be added to Coinbase, one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges.
Coinbase has been very selective about which cryptocurrencies it allows users to buy and sell. So far, Coinbase only supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash. But with Holo’s recent surge in popularity, many people are wondering if Coinbase will add Holo to its platform. There are a few factors that could make this happen. First, Coinbase has been supportive of alternative cryptocurrencies in the past. In November, Coinbase launched support for Bitcoin Cash, a fork of Bitcoin.
Second, Coinbase has been increasing its focus on decentralized applications. In December, Coinbase launched Toshi, a decentralized app store that allows users to store and use dapps on their mobile devices. And finally, Coinbase has been beefing up its engineering team with hires from Facebook, Google, and other tech companies. These hires suggest that Coinbase is preparing for a major expansion of its business.
So will Holo be added to Coinbase? It’s possible. Coinbase has shown that it’s open to supporting alternative cryptocurrencies, and it’s clear that the company is preparing for a major expansion of its business.
But whether or not Holo will be added to Coinbase remains to be seen.