Coinbase IPO Direct Listing – Symbol: COIN | Best Stock Picks 4-14-21

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Wednesday April 14, 2021.

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Coinbase IPO Direct Listing - Symbol: COIN

Coinbase is set to begin publicly trading on the NASDAQ on Wednesday – but with a twist. It’s the first company specializing in cryptocurrencies to hit the market, cashing in on the rising interest in digital currencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Coinbase (ticker symbol: COIN) is bypassing the usual method of going public – an initial public offering (IPO) – in favor of a direct listing. And this difference poses some different risks to investors from the typical IPO route through an investment bank. Source:

Coinbase is going public without an IPO. Here’s how its direct listing will work

Mega cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is about to launch one of the most highly-anticipated public offerings of 2021 so far.

The crypto marketplace, which some estimate could fetch an astonishing $100 billion valuation (though based on Coinbase's reference price, it's valuation may be more in the $65 billion range), is set to begin trading on Wednesday, but via a less-common process: the direct listing.

With the confluence of a roaring stock market, a crypto market that's hitting all-time highs, and Coinbase's healthy balance sheet itself, "This is a great time to become public," argues Reena Aggarwal, professor of finance and director of the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy. Source:

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