Coinbase Adds RON Token, Expanding Access for 73 Million Users

RON gets registered on Coinbase, the biggest US based crypto exchange, rendering its services available to a staggering 73 million users. Users can buy, sell, and hold on to RON in their Coinbase wallets.

Coinbase and Ronin have been treading separate paths to increase the freedom factor globally.

$RON and $RONIN are Ronin’s conventional tokens. It provides the spark for network functioning like gaming transactions and NFT trading to avoid authentication and staking rewards. The token collects value via the Ronin treasury obtained from aggregating fees across the ecosystem.

Ronin’s addresses have witnessed a marked increase of more than 500%. Most of the users are players and hold RON. This is also the case for Coinbase due to the added inclination towards Web3. Through RON’s registration, Ronin’s conventional token will be more accessible.

Ronin is an Ethereum blockchain meant for gaming. The transaction costs are $0.003 to $0.005, and payments are made in RON.

Pixel is a farming simulation MMO reminding one of Stardew Valley. Binance registered the $PIXEL token on their launchpool. Pixel’s DAU has reached 700,000 and is bringing in further crypto-conventional gamers.

Axie Infinity was a successful Web3 game that attracted a horde of gamers towards crypto.

Ronin has connected with multiple Web3 communities and games, such as the CyberKongs, Kaidro, Apeiron, and Wild Forest.

It was in 2019 when the founders, along with some users, groped up with a collective vision to extend digital property rights to users of the internet, beginning with gamers.

Scott Cook

Scott Cook got into crypto world since 2010. He has worked as a news writer for three years in some of the foremost publications. He recently joined our team as a crypto news writer. He regularly contributes latest happenings of crypto industry. In addition to that, he is very good at technical analysis.

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