Coinbase continues to boost support for investors and crypto traders through strategic integrations – and one of its most recent integrations is with the peer-to-peer digital market place, OpenSea. The move will enables users to trade major cryptocurrencies and digital assets using any browser by linking their Coinbase Wallet. All users have to do is scan the QR code that OpenSea provided in its announcement tweet.
Coinbase custody, on the other hand, is has expanded staking options for fund managers and institutional investors with cryptocurrencies in their portfolios. Specifically, investors with a stake on the DOT token can potentially earn up to 20% returns from offline Coinbase Custody vaults. Bison Trails will power the DOT staking on Coinbase Custody.
Bison Trails CEO Joe Lalloz believes that the new integration is a game changer. “DOT holders now have the unique ability to utilize both our leading blockchain infrastructure and the leading custodian of crypto assets to ensure tokens are secure and that they are earning participatory rewards,” Lalloz said. Coinbase Custody CEO Sam McIngvale added that DOT staking would provide its clients with network rewards and contribute to the security of the ecosystem.