Coinbase, one of the oldest cryptocurrency marketplaces, founded in the US as far back as 2012, when Bitcoin price was only $14, has added Decimal (DEL) cryptocurrency to the stacking (https://www.coinbase.com/earn/staking/decimal) in its Coinbase Wallet app with an estimated reward rate of 109.69% per year.
Many of you know that the U.S. has strict cryptocurrency regulations, monitored by the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) and Coinbase is regularly audited by the regulator.
We are honored to be among the 107 cryptocurrencies available for stacking on Coinbase Wallet.
Adding Decimal to a site with such a history and the strictest level of US regulatory compliance is an indication to us that the team has achieved one important goal – recognition among the global cryptocurrency community and major market players.
Here is the information Coinbase provides:
On average, Decimal stackers earn about 109.69% if they hold an asset for 365 days. There has been no change in the remuneration in the last 24 hours. Over the last 30 days, the reward has not changed. Currently, the staking ratio (or the percentage of tokens involved in staking) is 93.31%. In other words, there are 3.4 billion Decimal involved in staking, which means that Decimal has a market capitalization of ₽7.5 billion. This compares to a total market capitalization of ₽8.0 billion in assets.
And also Decimal(DEL) is recommended among similar capitalization projects such as: Dao Maker, Kusama, WAX, Kava, Harmony, Band Protocol.