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Coinbase Custody explores support for new digital assets

We are continuing to explore the addition of custody support for new assets for customers around the world.

Coinbase Custody is one of the world’s largest and most trusted crypto custodians. Since its inception, it has focused on providing a highly secure and sophisticated storage solution for institutions and individuals that hold large crypto holdings. In addition to industry-leading security and insurance protection, Coinbase Custody has remained on the leading edge of crypto-native features such as staking, governance and decentralized finance (DeFi). We have built a system that is secure, and reliable, but also has the features and functionality that most traders and financial institutions are looking for.

Over the coming months, we plan to support more assets and launch new features that will continue to demonstrate that Coinbase Custody is one of the most trusted and innovative places for institutions to store their crypto assets.

Part of growing the cryptoeconomy, Coinbase Custody will also be exploring ways to serve more institutional clients across the Asia-Pacific region. Most recently, Coinbase Custody has added support for FTX (FTT) and Serum (SRM).

While not all assets, chains and features will be available in all regions, a full list of digital assets that Coinbase Custody is exploring is below.

Aave (AAVE), Amp (AMP), Ampleforth (AMPL), Ankr (ANKR), ArCoin (ArCoin), Audius (AUDS), Barnbridge (BOND), BitTorrent Token (BTT), Centrifuge (RAD), Conflux Network (CFX), Curve (CRV), DFI.Money (YFII), Elrond Gold (EGLD), JUST (JST), JUST Stablecoin (USDJ), Meta (MTA), MovieBloc (MBL), mStable (MUSD), Neo (NEO), Nervos (CKB), Nexus Mutual (NXM), NKN (NKN), NuCypher (NU), Ontology (ONT), Paxos Gold (PAXG), Paxos Standard (PAX), Reserve (RSV), Reserve Rights (RSR), Request Network (REQ), Skale (SKL), SUN Token (SUN), tBTC (TBTC), Terra (LUNA), The Graph (GRT), Tr...

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