Digital currency exchange Coinbase brokers trades in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash and Litecoin for fiat currency in more than 30 nations, plus Bitcoin transactions and storage in almost 200 countries globally.
It offers extensive insurance cover, a mobile app and you can also invest in cryptocurrency by scheduling daily, weekly or monthly purchases. Meanwhile, for added security, funds are stored in a vault with time-delayed withdrawals.
Its two core products include a Global Digital Asset Exchange (GDAX) to trade a range of digital assets via its professional asset trading platform and there’s also an Application Programming Interface (API) so developers can build apps and accept payments in digital currencies.
The history of Coinbase
Founded in 2012, users reached a million by 2014. In January 2018, CEO Bryan Armstrong was criticised on Twitter for creating excessive transaction demand on the Bitcoin network. The following month, the company admitted some customers had been wrongly overcharged for their cryptocurrency credit and debit purchases. However, Visa and Worldpay said afterwards that the platform was not to blame, yet Quartz reported that monthly complaints against leapt 100% that January.
While some reviewers have criticised the customer service, others have praised the speedy withdrawals, and the selection of cryptocurrencies and security levels offered.
What payment methods are accepted at Coinbase?
Coinbase accepts the following payment methods: Bank Transfer, Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard, Maestro, American Express, Paypal
What type of online betting/gambling does Coinbase offer?
Coinbase is currently offering online Cryptocurrency options
What currencies are accepted at Coinbase?
Coinbase offers play in the following currencies: £ GBP, € EUR, $ CAD, $ USD, kr SEK, kr NOK, zł PLN, ₽ RUB, ¥ YEN, $ AUD