The US-based Coinbase, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges, announced yesterday that it has launched its trading platform in six new European countries and overseas territories — Lithuania, Iceland, Andorra, Gibraltar, Guernsey and the Isle of Man — and that it is planning an “aggressive” international expansion next year.
“Next year we will continue expanding rapidly into new regions and adding assets to the Coinbase platform to meet customer demand.” — Coinbase’s blog post.
Since its launching in 2012 Coinbase expanded from the US to 33 countries across the globe. Now, with the new additions, the trading platform is available in 39 countries and territories. Its main goal: to make crypto easily available to everyone, regardless of geographical locations, for a greater crypto adoption worldwide.
“Cryptocurrencies are global by their very nature and we believe that they should exist without borders.” — Coinbase’s blog post.
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