SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – San Francisco-based San Francisco-based Coinbase has announced its additional support for the Stellar (XLM) platform, the company said in a blog.
Users can now buy, sell, and store XLM currency on the Coinbase site as well as Android and iOS apps. The release adds that XLM will be available to all customers except those located in the UK or New York State.
The Coinbase platform announces its support for Stellar’s currency
As reported by Chepicap, Coinbase Pro, a professional digital currency trading platform, announced last week that it has begun to accept XLM deposits.
Stiller was one of the best performing currencies in the last few days. Largely thanks to the Pro-Coinbase announcement, the XLM saw an impressive rise at the end of last week, leading to the currency from 8th place. It now looks ready to start processing the penny currency.
In addition, a lot of news has been circulated today about six international banks launching stable digital currencies on IBM’s cross-border payment network, which was built on the basis of Blockin Steeler.