Coinbase Acquires Decentralized Crypto Wallet

Cipher Browser is the full-featured mobile dapp browser and wallet for the Ethereum blockchain, which allows users to interact with dapps powered by Ethereum
16 April 2018   1492

A week ago we have reported about the launch of Coinbase Ventures, whose goal is to help the most compelling companies to flourish. Its focus is on building strong relationships and helping to spur on the development of the ecosystem. It has emerged that Coinbase is going to buy the open source, decentralized application and wallet, Cipher Browser.

Coinbase and CipherCoinbase and Cipher

Cipher Browser is the full-featured mobile dapp browser and wallet for the Ethereum blockchain, which allows users to interact with dapps powered by Ethereum on mobile devices, and makes it easy to securely store, send and receive Ether and ERC20 tokens.

Both companies are committed to building the best Web 3 experience on mobile, as the Cipher Browser stated. 

Previously we have reported that Coinbase announced that in the coming months it will provide its users with the opportunity to withdraw coins that appeared as a result of the forks of the Bitcoin network.

Coinbase Users May Receive EOS Thru Earn Program

Coinbase Earn program is available to users from 100 countries, it allows to get crypto for performing differnt tasks
03 June 2019   266

Coinbase, the largest US cryptocurrency company, will reward users with EOS tokens for studying educational materials about the EOSIO protocol on the Coinbase Earn platform.

Earn. com appeared in October 2017 as a result of the rebranding of 21 Inc and the launch of the platform of the same name, which allows users to get a bitcoin reward for performing various tasks, such as reading and answering emails.

In the spring of 2018, Coinbase acquired a startup supposedly for $ 120 million. Now the Coinbase Earn program is available to users from 100 countries, and the company intends to pay users more than $ 100 million in cryptocurrency.

In addition to EOS, the service currently supports XLM, ZEC, BAT and ZRX.