The spot buying and selling quantity at Coinbase, the most important U.S.-based cryptocurrency trade, fell to US$76 billion within the third quarter, a 52% year-on-year lower, Bloomberg reported, citing crypto knowledge agency CCData.
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- This marks Coinbase’s lowest quarterly buying and selling quantity since 2020, earlier than the trade listed on the Nasdaq Inventory Market.
- Nevertheless, Coinbase reportedly gained extra market share in Q3, because of the growing regulatory scrutiny round Binance, the world’s largest crypto trade, and its U.S. affiliate.
- Coinbase’s month-to-month trade quantity fell to US$20.42 billion in September, down 23% from US$26.59 billion in August, in line with knowledge from The Block.
- Coinbase acquired a Main Cost Establishment license in Singapore in the beginning of October, a yr after it acquired an in-principal approval to increase its digital asset companies within the nation.
- It has been a tough quarter for many companies within the Web3 house. The quantity of funds raised by crypto companies dropped to a three-year low of US$2.1 billion within the third quarter, in line with on-chain intelligence agency Messari.
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