Zilliqa (ZIL), Maker (MKR) and Two Others Now Available on CoinBase Pro

Zilliqa advances to Coinbase Pro platform and is now available for trade in major jurisdictions.

Coinbase Introduces Four New ERC20 Tokens to its Pro Platform

In line with its “12 Days of Christmas” promotional campaign, San Francisco-based crypto exchange and wallet service, Coinbase, has announced the listing of four new tokens as its 9th daily offering.
Revealed via a blog post, the exchange announced that Zilliqa (ZIL), Maker (MKR), Golem (GNT) and DAI, has been listed on its professional trading platform, Coinbase Pro. According to blog post, the tokens will be available to jriisdictions where trading is legitimised.
“DAI, GNT, MKR AND ZIL order books will soon enter transfer-only mode. We will accept inbound transfers in the region where trading is supported. Orders cannot be placed of filled. Order books will be in transfer-only mode for minimum of 12 hours.” Coinbase Pro announced.

After over a year of slow progression of token additions on its professional platform, Coinbase appears to be on a rampage for accepting new tokens as the exchange recently added support for several new ERC20 tokens.
Making its plans to admit about thirty more to its platform recently, Coinbase finally took a step towards fulfilling its promise as it admits four new tokens to its professional platform. With these additions, the recently added ERC20 tokens {i.e. Basic Attention Token (BAT), USDC and 0x (ZRX)} will be made available to its standard users.
As such, the new additions will only be accessible to Coinbase Pro users along with Civic (CVC) and LOOM. The added ERC20 coins will be available to users in the UK, EU, Canada, Singapore and Australia with an exception in the US.
According to the exchange, ZIL and MKR will not be available for users in the United States seemingly due to regulatory constraints. They will, however, be made available to other countries.

Zilliqa Slowly Approaching the Top

Zilliqa was launched with the solutions to the scalability, sustainability and interoperability issues faced by older blockchans in mind, Integrated to feature sharding on its network as a scalability principle, Zilliqa had slowly made its way to the top.
Though launched on the Ethereum network, Zilliqa has shown remarkable progress in overcoming scalabilty by processing almost 3,000 transactions in seconds via diving its network into smaller parts through sharding.
Though interoperability still remains an issue not yet solved, the Zilliqa team expressed that it was included in their roadmap for 2019 and hopes that by the time its main net is launched as planned in 2019, Zilliqa will advance in all capacity.
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