Let’s dive into everything investors need to know about today’s Coinbase rumors below!
- Coinbase recently released a list of cryptos it’s considering adding to its platform.
- The company revealed the list through a blog post claiming it was doing so in the name of transparency.
- However, some traders on social media have called this into question after discovering an ETH wallet.
- This wallet purchased several of the cryptos on that list 24 hours before it was posted by Coinbase.
- That’s leading to speculation that someone at Coinbase owns the wallet.
- Since the wallet’s transactions are public, users were able to track how much it spent on the cryptos.
- That includes $20,000 on Dope Wars Paper (PAPER-USD), as well as $88,000 on Kromatika (KROM-USD).
- It also invested in several other cryptos on the list and it’s worth noting it only bought cryptos on Coinbase’s list.
- While there’s no hard evidence to confirm who is behind the wallet, some crypto traders on social media have an idea.
- Many believe that Nate Chastain may be the possible owner of the ETH wallet.
- Chastain was previously the product head of non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace OpenSea.
- However, he left the company following accusations of insider trading.
- Shortly after that, Coinbase brought him into its fold.
- This has some traders believing he’s behind the alleged insider trading at the company.
COIN stock is up 1.8% as of Wednesday morning.
There’s more crypto news worth looking into below!
InvestorPlace has all the latest crypto news with our daily coverage of the market. For Wednesday, that includes a partnership for Zilliqa (ZIL-USD), cryptos to watch amidst macroeconomic headwinds, and more. You can get up to speed on all of this news at the links below!
More Crypto News for Wednesday
- Why the CryptoSlate Partnership Could Be Big for Zilliqa
- 7 Cryptos to Watch as Macroeconomic Headwinds Hit the Blockchain
- Zilliqa Could Become Another Solana If Its Transaction Speed Use Takes Off
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