After months of waiting, the hopes and dreams of ripple (XRP) investors may finally be realized — at some point in the near future, anyway. Yes, XRP fans, crypto exchange Coinbase has confirmed that it is exploring adding support for the second-largest cryptocurrency to its platform.
The San Francisco-based Coinbase announced the move on Friday when it revealed that its adding support for a “broad range of assets” — more than 30 were explicitly named — including other market heavyweights including cardano (ADA), NEO, and tezos (XTZ).
XRP investors had long complained that ripple was not listed on Coinbase, the most popular crypto exchange for first-time buyers in the US and many other jurisdictions, even as the company listed smaller cryptocurrencies such as 0x and seemingly more controversial ones such as zcash — which can be used to make anonymous transactions.
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