Coinbase Custody, designed for institutional investors and other market participants service the biggest cryptocurrency platform, announced that it is considering the possibility of supporting almost 40 of new assets.

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In total, the Coinbase blog lists 37 current and future crypto-currencies and tokens, including Cardano, zcash for, Stellar Lumens, Ripple (XRP), EOS, Monero, NEO, Dash, NEM, VeChain, Qtum, Bytecoin, Bitcoin, Gold, Decred, Bitshares, Steem, Dogecoin, Telegram (TON), Filecoin and Polkadot.

The company notes that these assets can be added only for investment purposes and not for trading. It is also stated that Coinbase will try to add support as quickly as possible.

“This post was made simultaneously within the company and publicly, to remain transparent to the clients future support assets,” said the California-based company.

Service Coinbase Custody began to receive funding from a wide range of investors at the beginning of July. The minimum investment is $10 million currently, investments through the platform Coinbase Custody is available for customers from the US and the EU. However, by the end of this year, Coinbase plans to expand the geography of the Asian market.

Before Coinbase announced the launch of the last phase of testing support Ethereum Classic, which should be completed before 7 August.