Earlier this week, Coinbase launched a new page (basically a Google Form) so blockchain startups can apply to have their tokens listed on the cryptocurrency exchange. But it seems some people are not using the new page quite like Coinbase intended.
As some of us might have expected, the cryptocurrency community has taken the opportunity to send Coinbase a barrage of spoof coin-listing applications.
I want to see what kind of garbage people are putting in the coinbase form
— Neeraj K. Agrawal (@NeerajKA) September 26, 2018
Some Twitter users believe that Coinbase have an incoming shill fest shit-storm heading their way. They’re probably right.
Here are some of our favorite gags:
— Jameson Lopp (@lopp) September 25, 2018
— Josh Cincinnati (@acityinohio) September 26, 2018
Of course, the Twitterverse did not miss an opportunity to poke fun at some already established cryptocurrencies, like Ripple – no wait, XRP…
Cheers Coinbase, I'm having a blast pic.twitter.com/VniLMtMJY8
— Matt ฿ (@MattoshiN) September 26, 2018
I fixed your https://t.co/zT4SzcbAd0 website 😎 @coinbase
To thank me you can list $DOGE , thanks and keep up the good work 👍#crypto #cryptocurrency #cryptocurrencies #blockchain #bitcoin #coinbase #altcoin #altcoins pic.twitter.com/38nW7UOdHL
— Crypto Afronaut 🚀🌕 (@JohnyCrypto) September 26, 2018
scroll all the way down
pick a shitcoin
submit it to coinbase using this google form:https://t.co/LdkGOWP3KU
change google account
i just submitted paccoin… i uploaded a dickbutt pic as legal.pdf
— Starving meme artist (@send_bitcoins) September 26, 2018
Coinbase could prove to be a valuable route to market for lesser known coins. If being well regulated gets a coin listed in more territories, it’s entirely likely that Coinbase’s new listing process will encourage coins to be appropriately regulated.
I wonder if Coinbase saw this coming? I hope it has some good inbox filters.
(Disclaimer: Please don’t send any more fake forms. It seems Coinbase has already received enough.)
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Published September 27, 2018 — 09:34 UTC