Coinbase May List Ethereum PoW Chain Fork After The Merge
Coinbase is ready to list tokens associated with the Proof-of-Work (PoW) Ethereum fork after The Merge.
Ethereum is getting very close to the most important moment in development history when it comes to transitioning from PoW to PoS. After announcing the launch of its own staking product for Ethereum 2.0, Coinbase also recently announced that it will consider listing PoW forks of Ethereum after this blockchain successfully moves to PoS.
Although the development team has fixed the activation schedule for The Merge, in order to prevent uncertainty, Coinbase has announced that it will suspend the withdrawal of ETH and ERC-20 tokens for the time being.
The exchange started supporting ETH staking for US customers on August 2, launched ETH 2.0 staking token 2 days ago, but announced that it will close the Ethereum staking service if required by the regulator.
Currently, September is the most awaited month by the Ethereum community with the update they have been waiting for a long time. General exchanges such as Binance, MEXC, Bitfinex… and Coinbase have also clearly stated their orientation after The Merge.
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