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ASSEMBLE Protocol Is Now Officially Supported on Coinbase Pro with The Asm-USD / ASM-USDT Pairs Enabled for Trading! -Breaking

ASSEMBLE Protocol Now Officially Supported by Coinbase Pro With The ASM-USD / ASM-USDT Pairs Enabled For Trading

ASSEMBLE Protocol – the revolutionary mileage integration platform that is built on the Network has announced its listing on Coinbase (NASDAQ:) Pro. Official source says that Coinbase Pro now supports ASM-USDT and ASM–USDU pairs. Trades will start at 9 AM Pacific Time (PT), Thursday October 21. Users can deposit ASM tokens to their Coinbase Pro accounts and inbound transfers are enabled.

ASSEMBLE your points on Distributed Ledger Technology

ASSEMBLE Protocol has pioneered the concept of merging different loyalty points and miles into a single digital wallet. The ASSEMBLE Protocol is attempting to harness the benefits of distributed ledger tech on Ethereum Mainnet to link different traditional, top-rated businesses to its platform. Users can then exchange their loyalty points into the single, unified ASP point, which can further be exchanged for ASM.The ASM token can currently be utilized on ASSEMBLE’s Marketplace, which can be accessed through their mobile application that is supported on both iOS and Android platforms. The points can be converted into ASP, which then allows users to claim ASM tokens. They also have the option of using their ASP for purchasing different products and services on the platform.

ASSEMBLE’s most recent development has been the establishment of the desktop version of the ASSEMBLE Wallet. Users can now exchange points or purchase eGift card on the desktop, as well as Android and iOS mobile apps.

Coinbase Pro Now Supports ASM

Coinbase Institutional had already confirmed in May 2021 that the ASM token could be cold-storaged and received custody support. ASM was added to Coinbase Custody, confirming that ASM had fully met the legal and security requirements. This gave the green light to support it on other platforms such as Coinbase Pro.

On 20th October 2021, Coinbase Pro officially confirmed the addition of the ASSEMBLE Protocol’s ASM token in the following pairs ASM-USD / ASM-USDT on their platform. In their official blog post, Coinbase mentioned the following, “Support for ASM will generally be available in Coinbase’s supported jurisdictions, with certain exceptions, as indicated on each asset page here. Trading will begin on or after 9AM Pacific Time (PT) Thursday October 21, if liquidity conditions are met.”

Coinbase stated ASM is still not available on When support is available, Coinbase will announce separately.

For more information about ASSEMBLE Protocol visit the Assemble website or Medium page.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.