Coinbase is adding five altcoins built on Ethereum (ETH) as most of the crypto markets stall sideways.
In an announcement, Coinbase says Chrono.tech (TIME) and four other Ethereum-based tokens will start trading paired with Tether (USDT) once appropriate liquidity conditions are met.
Chrono.tech was founded in Sydney, Australia, and seeks to harness the power of blockchain technology to offer HR solutions and employment opportunities to job seekers worldwide. TIME token can earn staking rewards as well as gain access to premium accounts on the LaborX job platform which includes the option for workers to get paid in crypto.
Also joining Coinbase is DexTools (DEXT), a real-time data analysis platform helping crypto investors formulate strategies, observe market action and also mimic other successful wallets. At time of writing, DexTools is up nearly 20% over the last 24 hours, priced at $0.145.
Next up is the new version of Drep (DREP) which connects blockchains as well as offers a toolkit for developers of decentralized applications (DApps). Drep is currently trading for $0.63.
Jupiter (JUP) is a Singapore-based project offering a variety of products, including Gravity for DApp development, the Leda marketplace to mint and sell non-fungible tokens (NFTs), as well as the Jupiter wallet.
News of the Coinbase listing has sent Jupiter surging over 15% on the day, now trading for $0.0107.
Last on the list of new Coinbase assets is Muse DAO (MUSE), a decentralized autonomous organization that relies on community involvement and funding to support new ventures within the NFT ecosystem.
Muse DAO is trading for $6.51 at time of writing.
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