Coinbase signs new $1.36M contract with US Customs enforcement agency By Cointelegraph
Coinbase signs new $1.36M contract with US Customs enforcement agency
Leading U.S. cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase (NASDAQ:) has secured a contract to develop tech for the Department of Homeland Security worth as much as $1.36 million.
Under the agreement, Coinbase has been contracted to deliver “application development software as a service” for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement division (ICE (NYSE:)).
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