It’s been a big year for Radix. They started off 2020 by releasing their desktop wallet and then followed that up with their much-anticipated protocol update, Radish.
The update included a number of new features and improvements, most notably the introduction of ZK-SNARKs which enable private transactions on the Radix network.
Since then, they’ve continued to make progress on their roadmap and are now working on their next major update, Rivet. Rivet is due to be released later this year and will include a number of improvements to the Radix protocol, including sharding support and improved scalability.
All of this progress has led to increased interest in Radix and speculation about when it will be listed on Coinbase. Coinbase is one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges and listing on there would no doubt be a big boost for Radix.
However, there is no guarantee that Radix will be listed on Coinbase. It is possible that they may decide to list another cryptocurrency first or that they may not list any cryptocurrencies at all in the near future.
Only time will tell but it is certainly something that the Radix community will be keeping a close eye on.