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Ethereum Classic Achieves New Listing
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Ethereum Classic Achieves New Listing

Ethereum Classic, a fork of Ethereum (or is Ethereum a fork of Ethereum Classic?) is due to see another new listing, in the wake of the very recent announcement of a listing for Ethereum Classic on famed exchange, Coinbase. Commission free trading platform, Robinhood, has recently announced that it has made their newest listing - Ethereum Classic, live on the platform. According to Robinhood:
“Starting today, you can invest in Ethereum Classic on Robinhood Crypto, commission-free. You can also invest in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Dogecoin, as well as track market data for 10 other cryptocurrencies. Robinhood Crypto is currently available in 19 states, and we’re working on expanding to more.”
See the full post for yourself, here.   Fans of Robinhood have taken well to this news, with some even suggesting that actually, Robinhood is making tracks towards becoming a bigger exchange than the likes of even Coinbase. Ethereum Classic is sure to see an increase in trading volume with this new listing, the timing couldn’t be better for Ethereum Classic either. The impending Coinbase listing is not yet live, through the announcement is official. Many are expecting Ethereum Classic to go live this month, therefore tied in with the new Robinhood listing, Ethereum Classic could see a big elevation in trading volume over the next few weeks and indeed, the value of Ethereum Classic could benefit massively too.

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Robert Johnson

Robert is a keen investor with a particular interest in cryptocurrencies. He has been involved in the industry for many years, and because of this, has gathered a lot of knowledge surrounding this area. He studied English at university level and has a passion for writing. He loves being able to combine his two mains interests on a daily basis.

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