Coinbase has opted not to offer a cryptocurrency product that drew scrutiny from the Securities and Exchange Commission
The company had planned to add a product that would have allowed customers holding a digital token called USD Coin to earn interest by lending it to other cryptocurrency traders.
Sept. 20, 2021 4:30 pm ETWASHINGTON— Coinbase Global Inc. won’t offer a lending program that drew the threat of enforcement action from U.S. regulators. Read more: The Wall Street Journal »
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Coinbase drops plans to launch interest product after CEO's SEC commentsCoinbase halted plans to launch an interest-earning product two weeks after it took the SEC to task on Twitter for its lack of guidance on the matter.
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