By mid-July, Coinbase had named Stellar and Cardano as one of five cryptos that had been nominated as candidates for integration into their platform as base currencies.

Since then, the other candidates on this list – Basic Attention Token (BAT), ZCash (ZEC) and 0x (ZRX) – have somehow integrated into the platform while Stellar and Cardano have not been supported. There have been plans to integrate them to continue at all.

However, in a blog released just a few hours ago, Coinbase has confirmed that its interest in Stellar (XLM) and Cardano (ADA) remains, but now seems to indicate that the support is limited to a simpler listing of the bargain could be treatment pointed out in the original statement of July.

Extended list of candidates with ripple

In this article, Coinbase also pointed out that the overriding goal is to support at least a sufficient number of tokens to reach over 90% of the market capitalization of all cryptos that, as specified, meet the stock market criteria in its digital asset Framework – what covers "Factors such as security, compliance, and the project's focus on our mission to create an open financial system for the world."

The list of 31 candidates currently under review includes some of the most prominent projects in Crypto, including Enjin Coin (ENJ), Ziliqa (ZQA), Augur (REP) and Ripple (XRP) Old coin further established by market capitalization.