Coinbase: News

21 May 2024


Tech giants form coalition to fight online fraud, crypto scams

Major technology companies, including Meta, Match Group, and Coinbase, have joined forces to form a new coalition named 'Tech Against Scams.'

01 May 2024


Binance founder Changpeng Zhao receives four-month prison sentence

Changpeng Zhao, the founder of Binance, has been sentenced to four months in prison for failing to implement adequate anti-money laundering measures.

28 Mar 2024


Coinbase to face US lawsuit over unregistered securities sales

Coinbase, a prominent cryptocurrency exchange, is preparing to fight a lawsuit filed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

29 Feb 2024


Coinbase trading accounts affected by outage have been restored

Coinbase Global recently experienced a glitch that left some users with a zero balance in their accounts.

SEC sues Coinbase: What's prompting the crackdown on crypto exchanges

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is on a crypto crusade. A day after it sued Binance, the most powerful force in the cryptocurrency world, the regulator has decided to go after Binance's rival Coinbase.

03 Mar 2023


What is Silvergate fallout that is pulling down crypto market

The crypto world has been slowly moving toward normalcy after a disastrous 2022. However, the period of calm could be short-lived.

12 Apr 2022


CoinSwitch Kuber suspends crypto purchase and money transfer on app

Amid the regulatory uncertainties surrounding cryptocurrencies in India, CoinSwitch Kuber has temporarily disabled all modes of payments to purchase digital coins.

28 Jun 2018


Coinbase CEO launches charitable cryptocurrency fund

Brian Armstrong, the CEO of digital currency exchange platform Coinbase, has launched a new charitable cryptocurrency fund called "GiveCrypto."

17 Feb 2018

San Francisco

Coinbase allegedly drains bank accounts, blames Visa for duplicate transactions

Coinbase, a popular cryptocurrency exchange, is allegedly charging its customers, without an authorization, multiple times for a transaction and this to an extent that some customers went broke.