A Coinbase failure triggered issues shopping for crypto, not a deliberate ban by Cointelegraph
Coinbase failure caused problems buying crypto, not a deliberate ban
On January 29th, a series of Coinbase users reported problems with the buy and sell functions of the platform. The Coinbase troubles only occurred a day after Robinhood blocked GameStop (NYSE 🙂 Stock purchases after stock prices rise. A recent blog post indicates that the Coinbase troubles were due to an outage, not a trade ban.
“Between 4:25 a.m. and 9:31 a.m. PST on Friday, January 29th, api.coinbase.com had an outage, “said Coinbase said in a post on February 5th. “During that time, many users started experiencing errors trying to use the Coinbase app, and crypto buying, selling, and trading functions were intermittently available,” the post added, also noting that users of professional exchanges Coinbase Pro was still able to log into the platform.
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