Coinbase Confirmed Multiple Charge Issue

Some users were charged for up to x17; Coinbase reports these charges "are in the process of being refunded"
16 February 2018   1267

After numerous complaints from users of Reddit, the popular platform for buying Crypto-currency Coinbase confirmed the presence of a bug in the system, because of which the payment for the same purchases was written off several times, in some cases up to 17 times.

We can confirm that the unexpected charges are originating from our payment processing network, and are related to charges from previous purchases. To the best of our knowledge, these unexpected charges are not permanent and are in the process of being refunded. We are running joint investigations with all parties involved, and will provide updates as we receive them.
We are actively investigating some reports from our customers about unexpected credit or debit card charges appearing on their statements from previous Coinbase purchases.
 

Coinbase Team

This is what affecte users say:

So coinbase hacked?

i noticed double charges posts but 17x what the fuck....2x is a CB mistake, 17x is a hack...

only thing that makes sense... calling bank.. and making a CB ticket...
 

thepokernit on Reddit

The company does not specify exactly what the bug was caused, but reports that it is solving the problem, and asks users to report all the unplanned charges in the discussion at Reddit.

Coinbase to List Stellar

As reported, at first, the coin will not be available to residents of the UK and the state of New York
19 March 2019   183

Wallet and mobile applications (for iOS and Android) from leading American cryptocurrency company Coinbase now support Stellar Lumens digital asset (XLM).

Stellar’s cryptocurrency, the Stellar Lumen (XLM), powers the Stellar payment network. Stellar aims to connect banks, payment systems and individuals quickly and reliably. Since its launch in 2014, its vision has been to unite the world’s financial infrastructure so that money can flow quickly and cheaply between banks, businesses, and people. The Internet connected the world’s computers so that information could be shared globally. Stellar aims to do the same for money.
 

Coinbase Team

The new asset is available to Coinbase.com users from most jurisdictions. However, at first, the coin will not be available to residents of the UK and the state of New York.