Is Ravencoin available for trading on Coinbase?

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8 months ago

I recently came across Ravencoin, a peer-to-peer blockchain handling the efficient creation and transfer of assets from one party to another. This opened interest has led me to start considering investing in the token (RVN) itself. Checking around, I have found it on a couple of exchanges, but I mainly use Coinbase for my stuff. It’s got a nice interface, fees that I can stomach, and most importantly, I trust it. But I haven’t been able to find RVN on it.

Since we’re talking about RVN and Coinbase, I’m hoping there are some others out here who have more information or insight into this. Has anyone managed to trade Ravencoin on Coinbase? Or, can you perhaps tell me why it might not be listed? Is Coinbase perhaps considering it, and I just haven’t heard about it?

In my search I didn’t come across any news or announcements about Coinbase adding RVN to their platform. Maybe I missed something, and if that’s the case, I’d love to hear about it. You know, those Exchange announcements can sometimes sneak by if you’re not paying enough attention. Or, could it be a token that’s been deliberately ignored for reasons?

I know each exchange has its own policies and criteria when it comes to listing tokens. I just wonder what is Coinbase’s stance on adding RVN to its listing. Has anyone bumped into any information or hints that explain this? I would really like to start trading Ravencoin, but if it’s not on Coinbase, it might turn into more of a hassle than I’d like. Lend me your knowledge if you can.


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8 months ago

It seems like you’ve already done some solid research on this. As of now, Ravencoin (RVN) is not listed on Coinbase. Listing new tokens depends on a variety of factors including legal compliance, market demand, team credentials, and technological stability. Unfortunately, Coinbase rarely discloses its plans in advance, so there’s no way to know for sure if they’re considering adding RVN.

If you’re really keen on trading Ravencoin, you might need to branch out to other platforms that have it listed. There’s a good handful of other exchanges like Binance or that are quite reputable and user-friendly. However, always be sure to look into the specific fees and security measures of each platform before getting started. It’s always important to stay conscious of your own preferences and needs when it comes to trading.

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