Startup of startup Cryptocurrency Coinbase said Thursday that customers could withdraw funds from their fork in the bitcoin network in the coming months.
In a blog post, the initiative announced that bracket removal support has been added, but that the post has not released a robust timeline.
“This change will make it easier for customers to capture Bitcoin Forks assets in all Coinbase products,” he wrote:
“As always, we are looking at technical, operational and legal issues when deciding which Bitcoin Fork assets will be supported and which features are supported on our website at all times.”
Coinbase, however, noted that “he does not support a particular asset right now.”
In the announcement, Coinbase, Coinbase keeps Bitcoin said that it would try to support future products and pitch on this platform “for the foreseeable future, it will support GDAX well or more valuable than Coinbase” he added.
The digital asset exchange, the GDAX, will allow customers to withdraw their bitcoin bastions, but will not be able to trade. Similarly, the underlying platform of Coinbase will not allow its customers to trade without allowing them to withdraw their forked assets. In addition, it was pointed out that initially, an entity could be added to the GDAX in the future without being added to Coinbase.
Coinbase Commerce, which is a provider-driven service-oriented market in February, to support a forked existence and the Coinbase Index Fund, will not be included in the list of assets for the gdax process.
In a separate announcement on Thursday, the company announced a new start-up venture capital to finance technology companies.
Coinbase said, “At least in the beginning, our goal is to help only the most attractive companies.” He said.