The price of LRC jumped 38% on the news that Coinbase Pro was listing Loopring.
The self-custodial Ethereum layer two solution, Loopring, will be supported in all of the San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange’s supported jurisdiction, except for New York state.
Today, Coinbase announced that on the coming Monday, users can transfer their LRC into the Coinbase Pro account ahead of trading.
The cryptocurrency, however, won’t be available on Coinbase.com or the exchange’s mobile apps yet.
LPC trading on Coinbase Pro will begin at 9 AM Pacific Time (PT) Tuesday, September 15.
In response, the 52nd largest cryptocurrency by market cap of $296 million jumped to $0.2875 and is currently trading at $0.253.
The zkRollup exchange and payment protocol recently saw traction after the DeFi mania pushed the fees on the Ethereum network to sky-high.
It’s zkRollup currently has more than 5000 accounts, but Loopring is “just getting started” as it says, “Layer 2 will bring Ethereum to the world, and the world to Ethereum.”
Keep those Altcoins, better yet, DeFi Tokens Coming
Coinbase, much like any other exchanges in the crypto space, has taken to list altcoins, and lately to capture the ongoing decentralized finance craze, DeFi tokens as well.
Celo (CGLD), Numeraire (NMR), Band (BAND), Compound (COMP), Maker (MKR), and OmiseGo (OMG) have been recent additions along with supporting additional European and UK order books.
Just this week, UMA-USD and UMA-BTC order books got into a full-trading mode.
Today, UMA is launching at Coinbase.com and its iOS and Android apps, which means users can buy, sell, convert, send, receive, or store UMA on the platform.
This Ethereum-based open-source protocol allows developers to design and create their own synthetic assets and financial contracts with the goal of creating universal market access (UMA).
A DeFi token with a market cap of $906 million that sits at 25th spot, UMA has also started gaining momentum as it trades at 16.81% with nearly 4% gains.