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Coinbase To Shut Down Earn.com In Favor Of Coinbase Earn
December 24, 2019
earn.com shut down
Coinbase To Shut Down Earn.com In Favor Of Coinbase Earn
December 24, 2019

Coinbase crypto exchange plans to shut down cryptocurrency learning platform Earn.com in favor of its in-house developed counterpart Coinbase Earn.

On Dec. 22 The Block reported that Coinbase announced in an email to its customers saying that the exchange plans on focussing on Coinbase Earn and will be “sunsetting Earn.com.” Both- Earn.com and Coinbase Earn compensates users with crypto assets for learning about them and completing educational tasks. Users of earn.com are advised to withdrawing their balances by Feb. 2020.

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Coinbase states that next year it plans on:

“scaling Coinbase Earn even further by adding more campaigns to the platform, to connect more blockchain networks with engaged crypto users.” 

Crypto Education

Coinbase Earn compensates its users for learning about Ethereum-based token 0x (ZRX). Coinbase claims that so far the project “has allowed nearly a million unique users in 115+ countries to earn their share of hundreds of millions of dollars in crypto.”

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Education one of the main obstacles to cryptocurrency adoption and development. Recently, Tezos partnered with Singapore government-backed blockchain platform Tribe to launch a training program for developers on the Tezos blockchain.

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Source: Cointelegraph | The Block


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