Coinbase Pro new altcoin list and currency fires over 400%

Charlie Taylor

The cryptocurrency Assemble Protocol (ASM) gained 430% in about 48 hours after being listed on Coinbase's two platforms — the one aimed at traders, Coinbase Pro, on Wednesday (20); and in the main one, on the fifth (21). Since then, altcoin, which stayed for over a month at around US$ […]

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The cryptocurrency Assemble Protocol (ASM) gained 430% in about 48 hours after being listed on Coinbase's two platforms — the one aimed at traders, Coinbase Pro , on Wednesday (20); and in the main one , on the fifth (21).

Since then, altcoin, which remained for over a month at around US$ 0.03, has been jumping several cents on the dollar until it hit US$ 0.13 and stabilized at US$ 0.11 this Friday afternoon. (22).

At the time of writing, however, the currency fluctuates both down and up by 1 cent, with a devaluation of approximately 5% in the last 24 hours. Even so, the gain in the last two days is more than 360%.

Something similar hasn't happened since April of this year, when the ASM hit its highest price so far, at US$0.57.

Check out your graph of the last 7 days on Coinmarketcap:

Source: Coinmarketcap

The ASM is a token issued on the Ethereum network that was created to serve the Assemble platform, a marketplace that allows users to manage, aggregate and trade reward points. In other words, the retailer makes a promotion that generates points and participants get discounts, explained the note from Coinbase.

The Coinbase Pro post listing new altcoin and currency fires over 400% first appeared on Bitcoin Portal .

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