Robinhood has expanded its list of supported cryptocurrencies, adding tezos (XTZ) and aave (AAVE), the brokerage firm tweeted on Monday. With the latest addition, users can now trade 19 cryptocurrencies, including stablecoins.
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In the meantime, Robinhood is seeking sanctions experts ahead of its non-custody cryptocurrency wallet launch. According to published job ads, the Menlo Park-headquartered company is looking for experienced in crypto investigators, who also have understanding of Chainalysis.
Robinhood started beta testing of its decentralized finance wallet among 10,000 iOS users in September. The new wallet dubbed "Robinhood Wallet" will first support Ethereum's sidechain called Polygon due to its gasless swaps and "more security for customers."
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