Coinbase Launches Support for ETH and USDC Transfers on Polygon


Coinbase claims it wants to decrease time, effort and exorbitant fees

According to a Twitter announcement, Coinbase users will soon be able to send and receive Ethereum (ETH), Polygon (MATIC), and USD Coin (USDC) on Polygon over the coming month. For the first time, Coinbase has made it possible to send and receive these assets on an L2 or sidechain through the Polygon integration.

Additionally, Coinbase launched support for USDC transfers on Solana while committing to soon add support for additional tokens and networks.

The leading cryptocurrency exchange outlines the reasoning behind the move in an official blog post. According to the message, sending cryptocurrency over Ethereum has become increasingly expensive for users, costing millions of potential users.

Although cheaper networks like Polygon and Solana have grown in popularity recently as a result of these high gas prices, funding wallets on these networks can be difficult and time-consuming.

Coinbase says it wants to reduce time, effort and exorbitant fees by allowing customers to convert fiat to cryptocurrency and fund their Polygon and Solana wallets in minutes and at a fraction of the cost.

This way, multichain asset support enables easier deposits and withdrawals across Solana, Polygon and Ethereum, with trading and settlement taking place in the same orderbook independent of the chain used to deposit funds.

Coinbase Pro migrates

Recently, Coinbase announced plans to introduce Coinbase Advanced Trade in the coming months. This will create a new unified Coinbase account that will provide consumers with the ability to have an enhanced trading experience by merging the features and pricing structure of Coinbase Pro.

In a simpler interface that links all Coinbase accounts in one location, this seeks to provide a much-improved experience where users no longer need to maintain two completely different apps and balances when they wish to use advanced trading tools.


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