Coinbase (BTC: COIN) launched its Bitcoin and Ether trading platforms last week and now has over 200 million active Bitcoin and ether addresses.
The two currencies are traded using Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Dash (ETH/BTC: LTC).
Coinbase also launched a digital wallet for Coinbase users, Coinbase Lite, which allows users to trade bitcoin and ether on the Coinbase platform.
Coinbase Lite is available in the US and Canada, and Coinbase has launched a Coinbase Lite wallet to be used with other currencies.
Coinbase launched the Coinbase Lite digital wallet and Coinbase will be launching Coinbase Lite with more currencies later this year, according to CoinDesk.
Coinbase’s platform is one of the first to offer both Bitcoin and ETH trading, as well as the ability to trade BTC and Ether, which is a popular asset for investors.
Coinbase said it has more than 20 million Coinbase users and has invested in over 2,200 blockchain startups.
The company has raised more than $50 million in funding.
Coinbase currently lists its total market capitalization at $2.4 billion.
Coinbase added Ethereum and Litecoin trading to the platform in the coming weeks, as they’re popular cryptocurrency assets that are not listed on the company’s main Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchanges.
Coinbase plans to add more currencies in the future.
Coinbase also announced a partnership with the Chinese bitcoin exchange Huobi, which will allow users to buy and sell Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies from its platform.
CoinDesk has reached out to Coinbase for comment.