GNT and DAI tokens will become accessible all over the United States except for New York, in the United Kingdom, the European Union, Canada, Singapore, and Australia. MKR and ZIL will become listed at Coinbase Pro in the following regions: the United Kingdom, the European Union, Canada, Singapore, and Australia. According to previous news from Coinbase, these regions might include more at a later time, and during an implementation at the main Coinbase network, as well as later addition for mobile apps.
Out of the four coins, DAI, MKR, and ZIL are ERC20-based currencies, with the fourth one, GNT, being also based on the platform of Ethereum but not officially ERC20 protocol. This implementation is done within the framework of Coinbase’s plans to keep on enlisting new ERC20-based coins on the cryptotrading platform.
The smart contract features connected with each of the added currencies will not become accessible from the get-go at Coinbase Pro, according to the exchange’s announcement.
Those customers that desire to take part in MKR governance, utilize their GNT coins to apply rendering tasks to the beta-platform of Golem, use features such as Compound, or exit DAI position in case of worldwide settlement will have to transfer their assets from Coinbase Pro to a local digital wallet.