Profile Coinbase is a leading cryptocurrency exchange that offers customers a platform to buy, sell and manage their cryptocurrency assets. It provides crypto based products such as the Coinbase Wallet, the Asset Hub and Coinbase Pro. The company provides varying levels of support for 50 cryptocurrencies in terms of buying, selling, depositing and withdrawing, while cryptocurrencies unavailable for trading exist on the platform for educational purposes. In December 2020, Coinbase confidentially filed with the SEC to go public. It intends to go public through a direct listing and has chosen Nasdaq as its listing venue. The startup was launched in 2012 by Brian Armstrong and Fred Ehrsam. Coinbase is currently available in more than a 100 countries and has had more than $455 billion in total volume traded in addition to around $90 billion of assets on its platform. The company has headquarters in San Francisco, California and has offices in Dublin, Tokyo, Portland, London, New York and has more than 1200 employees. Products
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