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  • Coinbase has listed four altcoins, namely TRB, CTSI, RLC, and MIR.
  • The recent listing was part of Coinbase’s response to listing requests from its customers.
  • Some complained that Coinbase does not list as many tokens as Binance.

Coinbase recently announced the listing of four altcoins, namely Tellor (TRB) Cartesi (CTSI), iExec (RLC), and Mirror Protocol (MIR), all at the same time. Specifically, users can start trading these crypto assets on Coinbase.com and on its iOS and Android versions.

The news came as part of Coinbase’s response to listing requests, which is “one of the most common” that they get from customers. One Twitter user even compared Coinbase to Binance, saying that the latter has listed more options despite having “been around for less than half the time”.

Coinbase wrote,

We announced a process for listing assets, designed in part to accelerate the addition of more cryptocurrencies. We are also investing in new tools to help people understand and explore cryptocurrencies.

Coinbase also launched pages that provide information about assets listed on its platform, for those who value asset fundamentals.

Tellor is a decentralized oracle network. For those who are not aware, blockchain oracles exist as bridges that enable networks to connect with the outside world for information. At the time of writing, TRB is worth $111.28, according to CoinGecko.

Cartesi is a blockchain solutions company that offers an oracle and a sidechain service. Each CTSI is worth $1.14, according to CoinGecko. Meanwhile, iExec describes itself as the first decentralized marketplace for cloud resources. RLC price today is $4.40.

On the other hand, Mirror Protocol (MIR) focuses on enabling the creation of synthetics, a new type of crypto tokens that represent real world assets.

In a separate news, an analyst predicted that SushiSwap’s native token will reach $25 soon, as a result of the alleged altseason.

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