Base of 700,000+ Professional Freelancers Moves to EOS Blockchain

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Base of 700,000+ Professional Freelancers Moves to EOS Blockchain
Over 700,000 user accounts from a freelancing website Moonlightning will move to the EOS blockchain.
Base of 700,000+ Professional Freelancers Moves to EOS Blockchain

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Coinbase Pro Lists Three New Tokens Including EOS

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Coinbase Pro Lists Three New Tokens Including EOS
Coinbase has announced support for EOS, Augur (REP) and Maker (MKR) on its professional trading platform Coinbase Pro.
Coinbase Pro Lists Three New Tokens Including EOS

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Coinbase Pro adds EOS (EOS), Augur (REP), and Maker (MKR) to its offering

Well, it’s a dream for the project to get their coins listed on prominent exchanges like Coinbase. And this seems to be coming true for EOS, Augur and Maker teams as these coins would soon find themselves trading on the world leading crypt exchange Coinbase Pro.
EOS, Augur, and Maker not to be rolled out in all jurisdictions.
According to the latest announcement made by Coinbase on its official medium channel, the exchange plans to list EOS (EOS), Augur (REP), and Maker (MKR) on its Pro platform. The announcement further states that trading of EOS and REP will soon be available in all jurisdictions supported by Coinbase Pro, with the exception of New York State. MKR will be available in all Coinbase Pro-supported jurisdictions outside the US. Additional regions may be added for each asset at a later date.
The announcement further states that
“After 12pm PT on Monday April 8, we will begin accepting inbound transfers of EOS (EOS), Augur (REP), and Maker (MKR) on Coinbase Pro. We will accept deposits for at least 12 hours prior to enabling trading.”
Once there will be sufficient liquidity for all these coins via initial deposits, the exchange will begin trading on the following order books

EOS-USD, EOS-EUR, EOS-BTC (all Coinbase-supported regions excluding NY)
REP-USD, REP-EUR, REP-BTC (all Coinbase-supported regions excluding NY)
MKR-BTC, MKR-USDC (all Coinbase-supported regions outside the US)

The exchange plans to add further order book on the later date. There will be four stages to the launch as states below

Transfer-only. After 12 pm PT on Monday, April 8, customers will be able to transfer EOS, REP, and MKR into their Coinbase Pro accounts. Customers will not yet be able to place orders and no orders will be filled on these order books. Order books will be in a transfer-only mode for at least 12 hours.
Post-only. In the second stage, customers can post limit orders but there will be no matches (completed orders). Order books will be in a post-only mode for a minimum of one minute.
Limit-only. In the third stage, limit orders will start matching but customers are unable to submit market orders. Order books will be in limit-only mode for a minimum of ten minutes.
Full trading. In the final stage, full trading services will be available, including limit, market, and stop orders.

It’s good to see that Coinbase is adding newer and newer coins for people to access it. Coinbase was long thrashed for not adding enough coins to increase its offering but it looks like the exchange is all set to turn it around. Definite happy news for its customers
Which would e the next set of coins that Coinbase would add to its offering? Do let us know your views on the same.
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Bitwise: 95% Of Reported Bitcoin Trading Volume Is Fake

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Bitwise: 95% Of Reported Bitcoin Trading Volume Is Fake
While many use CoinMarketCap as a go-to resource for cryptocurrency market data, roughly 95% of Bitcoin trading volume reported by this website is fake, according to Bitwise Asset Management report.
Bitwise: 95% Of Reported Bitcoin Trading Volume Is Fake

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Stellar Price Jumps 5% With the Announcement of Coinbase Listing

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Stellar Price Jumps 5% With the Announcement of Coinbase Listing
With the growing popularity of Stellar Lumens (XLM), the world’s eight largest cryptocurrency got recently listed on popular crypto exchange Coinbase.
Stellar Price Jumps 5% With the Announcement of Coinbase Listing

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Mozilla Exec Joins Stellar Foundation as the New CEO

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Mozilla Exec Joins Stellar Foundation as the New CEO
Mozilla’s Denelle Dixon succeeds Jed McCaleb, Stellar’s co-founder as he moves to focus on the network protocol and adoption strategy. Denelle is expected to start her new job in May.
Mozilla Exec Joins Stellar Foundation as the New CEO

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Stellar Lumens [XLM] makes it to Coinbase Pro; order books for three trading pairs initiated

Coinbase Pro, the US-based digital asset trading exchange, announced support for Stellar’s native crypto asset XLM on its platform recently. The listing will enable users on the platform to deposit their XLM approximately 12 hours prior to the initiation of full trading. XLM inbound transfers to the exchange would be accepted after 1 PM PT on March 13.
Brian Armstrong revealed the latest development through his official Twitter handle,
Source: Twitter
According to the official blog post, the XLM listing will be immediately available at all the jurisdictions supported by the exchange, excluding the state of New York.
After an adequate volume of XLM is delivered on the Coinbase Pro platform, order books for three trading pairs XLM/USD, XLM/BTC, and XLM/EUR would be initiated. To send XLM to Coinbase Pro, a Memo is required, falsely inputting, which could lead to the permanent loss of funds. Furthermore, funds sent without a Memo will not be received.
The blog post also detailed the stages of the launch, the first being the Transfer-only phase in which consumers will be able to deposit XLM on their exchange wallet. This phase will be live for 12 hours and order books will be in a transfer-only mode and no orders will be filled during this stage.
This phase will be followed by the Post-only stage, during which users on the platform will be able to post limit orders. In this stage, there will be no completed orders, and order books will be in a post-only mode for a minimum of 60 seconds.
The third is the Limit-only stage, which will last for approximately 10 minutes. Limit orders will be completed in this mode, however, consumers will not be able to submit market orders.
In the fourth and final stage, full trading services will be made available for users.
Stellar’s native cryptocurrency XLM drives the payment network for the open-sourced and decentralized protocol. Recently, XLM exhibited a sharp surge of around 30% in just 48 hours in a bearish market. The crypto-community associated the price surge to the coin’s logo modification. The foundation also revealed that its official rebranding was set to launch in May this year.
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Is Coinbase New Wallet’s DApp Support a Direct Threat to Existing DApp Wallets?

DApp industry is on a massive run these days. TRON DApps are leading the other DApps that are based on Ethereum, EOS and other built on other blockchain networks As such, these DApps are friendlier on their respective wallet for mass users – but an entry of Coinbase with its new wallet feature will pose a direct threat to existing DApp wallets.
Coinbase Focusing DApp Industry With its New Wallet App
The San Francisco-based crypto exchange, Coinbase has recently rolled a new wallet feature which will be directly linked with Coinbase.com. It lets users directly link their Coinbase.com accounts’ crypto holdings with the new wallet – in the next few days. The blog post reads that;
“Once your Coinbase account is linked, you can easily transfer crypto to your Wallet app with just a couple of clicks, anytime you need it,”
Consequent to the announcement, Coinbase’s users with their coinbase.com account can buy digital assets and the platform itself store the keys centrally whereas the wallet app (new feature) will enable users to safeguard their own private keys.
At one point these feature sense new aspects for Coinbase users – on the other hand, it poses a direct threat to exiting DApp wallets such as TRONlink, Metamask, Infinito EOS wallet, POA, Steem, so on and so forth. This is due to the fact that Coinbase rolled yet another announcement for DApp users. The exchange explains that the Coinbase’s will let its users use the new wallet feature for DApp beside crypto assets. As such, DApp user can fund to Coinbase’s wallet to buy digital collectible tokens, play games or can also use open finance apps.
Whether you use Coinbase Wallet to store your own crypto or to use decentralized apps (i.e., “ DApps”), managing your funds across Coinbase products just got a lot easier.
Addressing the mass DApp users, Coinbase further explains that;
One of the major roadblocks to the user experience of DApps, has been funding your wallet in order to buy digital collectibles, play games, or use open finance apps such as Compound or Maker. Now, with this feature, funding your Coinbase Wallet from your Coinbase.com account is just one click away. This gives all Coinbase customers an easy onramp to access the exciting world of DApps.
2019, The year of DApp – Exchanges Supporting DApp
However, it is still unclear that whether Coinbase can serve to DApp users that use TRON and other Wallet for betting decentralized applications (DApp) which usually not associated with KYC – because one who wishes to use Coinbase exchange or access its wallet has to undergo its Know your Customer (KYC) policy.
As the year 2017 witnessed the year of ICO, 2019 will likely witness the year for DApp. Existing players like TRON, ETH, EOS blockchains are continuously striving to capture increasing interest of developers and users. Given that, exchanges like Huobi and Coinbase is already eyeing to be the early platforms to enjoy the vast majority of DApp users.
Beside Coinbase’s announcement, Huobi exchange is reportedly supporting TRON DApp whereas TRON itself currently supports over 187 DApps and beyond 464 smart Contracts.
Users Comparing Coinbase Wallet with Binance’s Trust Wallet
It’s worth to note that the Coinbase’s new wallet feature wasn’t a positive move for many users – subsequently, one such user commented on a blog post of Coinbase, criticizing its feature and comparing it with Binance’s Trust Wallet.
In his comment, he mentioned;
OK, no mention of the obvious. You could previously do this by sending via the Ethereum network and paying the network fee. Does this new revelation still incur a network fee?
Secondly — the non-custodial wallet is horrible. You should take a look at Trust Wallet for inspiration. The QR scanner actually works and you can adjust the network fee to speed up transactions times.
Nevertheless to add that a user on social media also reported that his experience with Coinbase exchange was quite poor, noting that he had already shifted to Binance exchange. By tagging CZ, CEO of Binance Exchange, he says;

After yesterday mornings shock of @coinbase closing my account, I’m now fully converted customer to @BinanceJE Quick customer response & competitive rates, better than Coinbase rates. All systems working again. Thank you @binance @cz_binance pic.twitter.com/TBsCDpupAG
— Hillsey (@Hillsey_London) March 13, 2019

So readers, do you love Coinbase? Do you think Coinbase’s new wallet feature will be a direct threat to existing wallets? share your thoughts with us.
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Yet Another Cryptocurrency Wins Listing on Coinbase Pro

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Yet Another Cryptocurrency Wins Listing on Coinbase Pro
Coinbase adds Stellar Lumens to its professional trading service Coinbase Pro. Initially, XLM trading will be only available for customers in Coinbase’s supported jurisdictions, expect the state of New York.
Yet Another Cryptocurrency Wins Listing on Coinbase Pro

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Ripple’s XRP Wins Over Yet Another Trading Platform, Now It’s Tim Draper Backed Coinhako

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Ripple’s XRP Wins Over Yet Another Trading Platform, Now It’s Tim Draper Backed Coinhako

Coinhako announced listing XRP on its platform and mentioned the XRP pairings with SGD, IDR, and VND. 

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XRP marks Coinbase listing by overtaking Bitcoin Cash [BCH] in trading volume on the platform

The downturn in the prices of the cryptocurrency market did not stop new announcements and updates. One of the most anticipated developments was the addition of XRP on Coinbase which happened over this week, much to the joy of the ‘XRP Army’. Coinbase’s announcement stated,
“After 10am on February 25, 2019 we will begin accepting inbound transfers of XRP to Coinbase Pro. We will accept deposits for a minimum of 12 hours prior to enabling full trading. Please note that inbound transfers require the specification of an XRP destination tag.”
Post the reveal, XRP steadily climbed to the top of the charts, holding the 4th position in terms of trading volume on Coinbase. The cryptocurrency exchange witnessed a total trading volume of $67.068 million on the platform, mostly dominated by Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and XRP trade.
What makes XRP’s climb on the charts so noteworthy however, is that the cryptocurrency beat Bitcoin Cash in terms of trading volume, which occupied $2.069 million compared to XRP’s $4.412 million.
A Twitter user, Lover of All Crypto, stated,
“I’m sure coinbase is pleased that an asses they listed only 4 days ago is already making up 12-14% of their daily trading volume. $”
At the time of writing, XRP was trading at $0.313 on Coinbase Pro with a 6.58% volume occupancy. XRP’s next competition on the Coinbase Pro chart is Litecoin, which saw $9.758 million worth of trading take place on the platform.
The XRP listing on Coinbase has not been one without criticism. One of the main points discussed was that Coinbase abandoned its Digital Asset Framework to list XRP. The Diar report stated,
“The potential addition of XRP has been a contentious topic within the cryptocurrency industry for the possibility of the token being labeled as a security… And as far as the exchange’s own mission of an ‘Open Financial System’ is concerned, the addition of XRP falls in line with the hopes of addressing the remittance market.”
The reason for the speculation was that Ripple holds more than 55 billion XRP in escrow with a release schedule, which was a breach of Coinbase’s Digital Assets Framework.
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XRP Listing on Coinbase Pro is Coinbase’s Independent Decision: XRP Markets Head

The controversial listing of XRP on Coinbase Pro was leading the debate – which leads to aggressive questions such as ‘amount Ripple gave to Coinbase to list XRP’ and many other. However, on Feb 27, 2019, XRP head, Miguel Vias, took to Twitter, clarifying the instance.
Concerning the rising debate over XRP listing on Coinbase Pro, the Ripple ’s head of XRP market, Miguel Vias attempted to address the questions, he confirmed – it was ‘Coinbase’s independent decision’. By quoting an investor Alistair Milne’s tweet who wrote ‘Did Ripple pay Coinbase for their token being listed?’ Mr. Vias says that;

We’re happy to go on the record. Coinbase’s listing of XRP (also, not “our token”) was Coinbase’s independent decision – we did not give them anything to make it happen. https://t.co/xTVvACqsQa
— Miguel Vias ⚡ (@miguelvias) February 27, 2019

While XRP head confirmed that it solely exchanges’ decision, Coinbase’s isn’t commented anything on it yet. Besides this, the experts are debating on yet another question, stating that why did Coinbase list XRP on Coinbase Pro now, citing the existed Ripple’s class action lawsuit for XPR’s securities classification. Nevertheless, they say ‘Coinbase is tried to save itself from weighing cost if SEC recognized XRP as security’which possibly be the reason why XRP on Coinbase Pro listed before SEC announces its decision.

It's tempting to speculate about the legal implications of Coinbase's decision to list XRP, but there are too many variables at play to draw any solid conclusions.
The only reasonable inference is that Coinbase believes the benefits outweigh the costs (including legal risks).
— Jake Chervinsky (@jchervinsky) February 25, 2019

The XRP market head has clarified that Coinbase Pro’s XRP listing is the company’s independent decision and Ripple interest isn’t involved in any way. What’s your stake on Mr.Vias clarification? Let us know 
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Why XRP on Coinbase Pro Now? Experts Find Reasonable Inference

As the week begun, red crypto figured turned into green again, especially the third largest cryptocurrency, XRP. The most definite reason that influences the sudden spike among these leading cryptocurrencies is directed to Coinbase’s recent announcement. The exchange has recently added most awaited XRP on its professional trading platform ‘Coinbase Pro’ which has quite truly appreciated its value to almost 11 percent within a couple of hours.
The listing announcement made on Feb 25, 2019, goes as follows;

XRP is the cryptocurrency used by the XRP ledger, which supports international currency exchange and remittances. The ledger is powered by a network of peer-to-peer servers. All accounts on this network can send or receive XRP to/from each other, while XRP can be used to send underlying fiat currencies between two parties. In this way, XRP can function as a bridge currency in transactions involving different currencies such as US dollars, Japanese yen, Euros, Francs, and others in use on the XRP network.

But why now?
There’s something striking expert’s mind. The fact is that XRP is long requested cryptocurrency to list on Coinbase’s platform. While exchange had announced other tokens (which are even lower in terms of market cap) such as BCH and other ERC 20 tokens built on Ethereum network, XRP’s absence is the most specific question that XRP enthusiasts put up.
But as always, such questions remained unanswered.
However, its quite important to note that as per the announcement, XRP is not officially available on ‘coinbase.com’ or on its ‘Mobile Apps’ yet, but available to the users of ‘Coinbase Pro’ for selected regions only.
Additionally, it’s even crucial to note that ‘Ripple, the parent company of XRP token’, is still battling a class action lawsuit for XPR’s securities classification.
Perhaps, it’s great news for XRP enthusiasts, conversely, experts are reasonably calling it as ‘speculations’. As such, US Legal Counsel, Jake Chervinsky believes that the XRP listing decision by Coinbase is to avoid the outweighing cost and legal risk. He reasonably interference that;

It's tempting to speculate about the legal implications of Coinbase's decision to list XRP, but there are too many variables at play to draw any solid conclusions.
The only reasonable inference is that Coinbase believes the benefits outweigh the costs (including legal risks).
— Jake Chervinsky (@jchervinsky) February 25, 2019

In a similar context agreeing to what Jake believes, another crypto enthusiast called ‘JP Schnapper-Casteras’ says;
Fair. I think it’s also fair to asses it by their own (GDAX) framework for new listings,
Jake’s view on Coinbase’s decision indicates that exchange wouldn’t incur the heavy legal cost to start selling XRP after the security classifications henceforth the sudden listing of XRP on Coinbase comes forth. Nevertheless, Jake isn’t alone scrutinizing the reason, Alistair Milne who is an entrepreneur, involved in crypto space since 2014, also highlighted his view. Specifically, he put forth three key questions that majorly focuses on ‘amount being received by Coinbase to list XRP from Ripple’. He says

Some questions:
a/ how much Ripple $XRP were you given in return for listing? (we know it was offered before)b/ what are the restrictions on you selling the abovec/ did you ask the SEC/CFTC if it is OK to sell a security? https://t.co/3IXCnlsS9A
— Alistair Milne (@alistairmilne) February 25, 2019

XRP Marketcap Upsurged
To note, the third largest cryptocurrency, XRP is still enjoying the spike of 6.77 percent over the past 24 hours. It records the market cap of $13,437,902,845, valuing 1 XRP $0.324857 against USD as per the data provided by coinmarketcap.

Let us know if you agree with Jake’s comment and if you have anything to say on Alistair’s question. 
Nevertheless, to note that ‘often discussion on XRP and Coinbase’ is half-ended – it keeps on continuing with a comma, like this time. Few questions remained unanswered.
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Coinbase Pro Launches XRP Trading Pairs, XRP Price Responds Positively

The advanced trading wing of Coinbase has announced that it will finally support XRP/fiat trading pairs. The launch of the digital asset on the Coinbase Pro platform will be staggered across four phases, the first of which is live already.
The XRP price has responded positively to the announcement. The controversial digital currency posted gains of over 11% in the last 24 hours.
XRP Coming to Coinbase Services
According to a blog post from San Francisco-based crypto brokerage and exchange Coinbase, support for the XRP token on the Coinbase Pro platform will begin for some users today. Users based in the US (excluding New York), UK, EU member states, Canada, Singapore, and Australia will be the first to be offered XRP trading. Other jurisdictions “may” be added later.
As of 10:00 PT today, Coinbase Pro users in the above jurisdictions were able to deposit XRP. Once “sufficient supply of XRP is established on the platform”, trading will begin. The following trading pairs are being supported initially, XRP/USD, XRP/EUR, and XRP/BTC.
Full trading will be rolled out in four stages:

Transfer-only: Currently active. A period of “at least 12 hours” in which customers can transfer XRP to Coinbase Pro. Orders cannot be placed or filled during this phase.
Post-only: Customers can post limit orders but they will not be matched yet.
Limit-only: Limit orders will start matching. Customers restricted from placing market orders.
Full trading: Pretty self-explanatory. Full trading services active.

The official Coinbase Pro Twitter account Tweeted the news of the launch of additional trading pairs with an allusion to the constant requests it has received from fans of the newly-supported digital asset to add the token to the list of those offered by the platform:

When XRP?? Now! XRP/USD, XRP/EUR, and XRP/BTC order books will soon enter transfer-only mode, accepting inbound transfers of XRP in supported regions. Orders cannot be placed or filled. Order books will be in transfer-only mode for a minimum of 12 hours. https://t.co/MWUtUm4wRh
— Coinbase Pro (@CoinbasePro) February 25, 2019

Coinbase Pro states that it will be updating customers as to the progress through its four launch stages via its official Twitter account. It also reminded users that support would only be available for Coinbase Pro customers, although it hinted strongly that this would extend to additional services offered by the firm in the future.
The blog post concluded by stating that Coinbase anticipates more digital currencies being added to its offerings over time.
XRP Posts Largest Gains in the Last 24 Hours
Investors seem to have greeted the news of Coinbase’s support for the new trading pairs positively. The price of the token shot up by over 11% in the last four hours following the announcement. Meanwhile, most of the other top ten cryptocurrencies posted more modest gains of between 0.5 and 5%.
Presumably, these price rises are the result of people expecting that the inclusion of XRP on Coinbase will mean that the digital asset will be exposed to many more people. Coinbase is, after all, one of the easiest and most convenient avenues to gain exposure to digital currency. This will make it much easier for the average crypto investor to pick up some.
 
Related Reading: XRP Loses Momentum: Could JP Morgan’s Crypto Spell Trouble For Ripple?
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Coinbase Pro halts BTC/USD Trading, Fuels Suspicions Amid Upcoming “Proof of Key” Event

Earlier in the day, Coinbase pro reported issues with trading on the BTC-USD order book. Though the team resolved the issue within an hour and updated the status back to ‘live trading mode’,  it resulted in customers raising suspicions over the possible causes. “Proof of key”, an upcoming event to be held on January, 3rd 2019 was one among the key topics of discussion.
“We are currently investigating issues with trading on the BTC-USD order book”
The news broke out when Coinbase pro officially announced an investigation status for the BTC-USD order book on December 25, 2018, 6.35 IST. As soon as the news was officially announced on social media, many crypto enthusiasts shared their concerns about the safety of their funds deposited with the exchange.

[status] Investigating: We are currently investigating issues with trading on the BTC-USD order book. https://t.co/xIjStLRlCw
— Coinbase Pro (@CoinbasePro) December 26, 2018

Though the matter was resolved by the coinbase team in just an hour but with current ongoing negative sentiments in crypto space due to the bear market, soon coinbase pro twitter account was flooded with suspicions.
One such crypto enthusiast expressed his opinion by citing the ongoing staff redundancies as a cause for this event and asked coinbase whether people are still allowed to withdraw their funds.

What’s happening with @coinbase? Are people not being allowed to withdraw funds and there are wrong fund amounts? Does this relate to staff redundancies due to revenue issues? Should people be getting their money OUT while they still have time?
— chinazeppelin (@statesupervisch) December 26, 2018

Some customers even feared that this might be a safety measure taken by Coinbase Pro team against the upcoming “Proof of key” celebration on January 3rd, 2019 led by crypto enthusiast Trace Mayer.
On January 3rd, 2019 Trace Mayer has urged the cryptocurrency community to celebrate it as “proof of key” by withdrawing their crypto-assets from third-party crypto services that currently store user funds to prove solvency.

Lol just in time for 3rd of Jan movement!
— Cryptoholic Eli ♻️ [Jan/3 🔑] (@syedmuneebali) December 26, 2018

Not the First time, Coinbase halted trading for BTC-USD in August 2018
Furthermore, it’s not the first time for Coinbase pro experiencing the issue, it has also reported the unavailability of BTC-USD trading in early August 2018.

At this time, many users of the Coinbase pro complained about their issues on canceling their purchase orders.

[status] Investigating: We are currently investigating issues with trading on the BTC-USD order book. https://t.co/EOfg1Mt7lM
— Coinbase Pro (@CoinbasePro) August 10, 2018

The order book at Coinbase pro is the current orders on the exchange platforms through which customers maintain their orders for particular crypto with respective pairs. Using the Coinbase Pro order book, its customers can analyze the value of cryptocurrency at which it has been bought or sold at real-time.
Though currently the success of January 3rd, 2019 is highly debatable such abrupt events at cryptocurrency exchanges will definitely fuel the suspicions.
What do you think about “Proof of key ” event? Is it really worth it, let us know in your comments below.
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