One of the most common requests we receive from customers is to be able to trade more assets on our platform. Per the terms of our listing process, we anticipate supporting more assets that meet our standards over time. Most recently we have added trading support for Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), Balancer (BAL), Ren (REN), Uniswap (UNI), yearn.finance (YFI), Loopring (LRC), UMA (UMA) Celo (CGLD), Numeraire (NMR), Band (BAND), Compound (COMP), Maker (MKR) and OmiseGo (OMG), along with supporting additional European and UK order books. Coinbase continues to explore support for new digital assets.

Starting today, Monday November 30, we will begin accepting inbound transfers of NU to Coinbase Pro. Trading will begin on or after 9AM Pacific Time (PT) Wednesday December 2, if liquidity conditions are met.

Once sufficient supply of NU is established on the platform, trading on our NU-USD, NU-BTC, NU-EUR, and NU-GBP order books will launch in four phases, transfer-only, post-only, limit-only and full trading. If at any point one of the new order books does not meet our assessment for a healthy and orderly market, we may keep the book in one state for a longer period of time or suspend trading as per our Trading Rules.

We will publish tweets from our Coinbase Pro Twitter account as each order book moves through the phases.

NuCypher (NU) is an Ethereum token that can be staked to run a node on the NuCypher network. NuCypher describes itself as a threshold cryptography network that provides data privacy and key management for decentralized applications and protocols.

Please note that NU is not yet available on Coinbase.com or via our Consumer mobile apps. We will make a separate announcement if and when this support is added.

You can sign up for a Coinbase Pro account here to start trading. For more information on trading NU on Coinbase Pro, visit our support page.

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