Top US crypto exchange Coinbase is launching full retail support for a quartet of low-cap altcoins.
Aioz Network (AIOZ), Golem (GLM), Highstreet (HIGH) and Synapse (SYN) are now live on Coinbase.com and the exchange’s mobile apps, according to a new tweet from the company.
Coinbase Pro listed the four assets earlier this week along with several others.
AIOZ is a content delivery network that distributes bandwidth while lowering costs. The project’s website says it’s fully interoperable with the Ethereum (ETH) and Cosmos (ATOM) blockchains and is able to provide instant finality and low transaction fees.
Also getting the green light from Coinbase is resource-sharing platform Golem, which provides additional computing power to users in need.
According to the digital asset’s website, GLM is an open-access and censorship-resistant protocol that aims to connect users through a “flexible” open-source platform.
Open-world virtual reality metaverse game Highstreet offers digital real estate and an online shop that features authentic, limited-edition products.
The price of Highstreet plummeted 15.2% from $ 4.28 to $ 3.63 on Monday before battling its way back to $ 4.14. However, HIGH is currently down 8.2% on the day and is trading for $ 3.69 at time of writing.
Last on the list of Coinbase rookies is cross-chain bridge SYN. The altcoin is an Ethereum token that grants holders voting rights within its protocol and rewards liquidity providers.
SYN is currently down 3.97% and is exchanging hands at $ 2.31.
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