Coinbase launches Coinbase Bundle and launches education portal
The American cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase continues to expand its offer, and this time its new tools are aimed not at institutional investors, as it was recently, but at novice traders.
On Thursday, the company announced that it is launching a new service called Coinbase Bundle. It allows users to invest simultaneously in all five digital assets listed on the exchange, in a proportion corresponding to their market weight..
Thus, the presented set of coins is a kind of initial investment portfolio..
In June, Coinbase introduced index funds targeting US institutional investors. While the minimum investment in such a fund is $ 250,000, Coinbase Bundle users can start investing at $ 25.
In addition, Coinbase is launching several information and educational tools. One of them is the Coinbase Assets page – a database that provides information on the 50 largest cryptocurrencies and indicates which ones are present on Coinbase..
The tool allows you to find out “data on past trading, current market capitalization, get information about cryptocurrency and links to relevant white papers and websites”.
Coinbase also launched its own educational portal, where new users will find answers to the questions “What is blockchain?”, “Why are cryptocurrencies valuable?” etc.
Obviously, the new Coinbase services will help newbies quickly understand the cryptocurrency market, many of which start their journey with this particular exchange, but their launch would have looked more logical at the end of last year, and not now.
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