Both cryptocurrency exchanges provide a mobile app that works on Android and iOS devices along with a digital wallet. However, the platforms differ in their offerings. While Coinbase focuses on beginner education, Crypto.com, which started as a crypto payment platform, offers several products, such as Visa cards, crypto pay at checkout, and several ways to earn crypto.
Coinbase investors appreciate a massive library of information about trading cryptocurrency. By taking a course or viewing a lesson about various altcoins, users earn $3 to $10 in cryptocurrency. It also has a waitlist for an upcoming Coinbase Visa debit card where users can earn up to 4% in rewards on every purchase. Plus, Coinbase has a native coin, USD Coin (USDC). Users can hold onto USDC to earn a 0.15% annual percentage yield (APY).
Unlike Coinbase, Crypto.com doesn’t offer educational materials. Its knowledge base covers the basics of the platform, but investors must learn about trading crypto elsewhere. Instead, it concentrates on products: Continue on investopedia.com