Since regulatory bodies around the globe are attempting to supervise the use of cryptocurrencies, officials are rigid in designing suitable policies for the nascent technology. And the ever-changing government rules have become a critical problem for crypto enthusiasts to comply with. In order to tackle this problem, Coinbase plans to include a political section in its app.
Brian Armstrong, founder and CEO of Coinbase, announced on September 14 that Coinbase is integrating users’ rights in policing crypto rules and the U.S. members’ stance on crypto in its legislative action portion. It will help the 103 million customers to get educated on the crypto stance of the politicians, accessible by verified users of Coinbase.