Coinbase Gave Good News for These 3 Altcoins: They Will Be Listed On This Date!

Coinbase Bu 3 Altcoin için Müjdeyi Verdi: Bu Tarihte Listelenecekler!
Coinbase Bu 3 Altcoin için Müjdeyi Verdi: Bu Tarihte Listelenecekler!
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The cryptocurrency market is struggling to recover amid Germany’s Bitcoin selling spree. Investors and traders are cautious, closely following the listing news. Coinbase, the leading cryptocurrency exchange, announced new coin listings amid a negative atmosphere in the market.

Coinbase to launch BLAST, ZRO and ZK perpetual contract trading

Leading cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase announced that its futures trading arm, Coinbase International Exchange and Coinbase Advanced, will launch BLAST, ZRO and ZK perpetual contract trading. The exchange stated that the BLAST-PERP, ZRO-PERP and ZK-PERP markets will open on July 11 at or after 12:30 p.m. PT. In this context, the exchange made the following announcement:

CoinbaseIntExch will add support for Blast, LayerZero and ZKsync perpetual futures on Coinbase International Exchange and Coinbase Advanced. Our BLAST-PERP, ZRO-PERP and ZK-PERP markets will launch on or after 12:30 p.m. ET on July 11, 2024.

Scammers steal $1.7 million from an exchange user

A victim who said a scammer claiming to be from Coinbase called them and sent them emails that appeared to be from the crypto exchange claimed to have lost $1.7 million. At least three Coinbase users and one crypto user reported being targeted by scammers impersonating Coinbase last week, with one victim claiming to have been scammed out of $1.7 million. Edge & Node co-founder Tegan Kline shared a statement from a “good friend” who had $1.7 million drained from his custodial wallet the day before after a scammer tricked him into sharing part of his seed statement.

The victim said the scammer called claiming to be from Coinbase’s security team and sent the victim an email that appeared to be from Coinbase, confirming that the victim had “spoken to an official representative at Coinbase.” The scammer claimed that the victim’s wallet “connected directly to the Blockchain” and caused transactions to exit the wallet. The scammer then sent another email that appeared to be from Coinbase and showed an outgoing transaction.

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The scammer directed the victim to a website to enter the seed phrase to stop the transactions; the victim knew it was “not secure” but still entered “part” of the phrase and did not send it. Hours later, they claimed that $1.7 million had been withdrawn from their wallets. Alex Miller, CEO of Hiro Systems, wrote that such websites “capture data as you enter it” even before you submit it, and that the victim’s partial disclosure of the seed phrase was enough for “the bad guys to brute force the rest.”

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Coinbase Gave Good News for These 3 Altcoins: They Will Be Listed On This Date!