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Wealthfront, an American company specializing in financial consulting, has officially announced that it has extended its range of services to include access to the Coinbase platform for users trading in cryptocurrencies. Wealhfront customers will therefore be able to monitor their portfolios via Coinbase.


Wealthfront was founded in 2008 in California as an automated investment services company. At present, the platform manages resources worth more than 10 billion USD. As its representatives convince, a special application API (Application Programming Interface) allows you to import numerous data that allows users to track investments, creating a kind of a special dashboard that also functions as an automatic consultant.

The cooperation of both entities is an important step for Wealhfront towards the emerging digital asset market, which is becoming more and more popular among investors. Hence, integration with Coinbase It seems necessary for the implementation of the company's main mission, which is the automation of finances, opening unprecedented investment opportunities for clients.

In addition, Wealthfront intends to additionally offer its clients running current and savings bank accounts at the beginning of this year. Coinbase, however, announces the entry into new European markets: Andorra, Gibraltar, Iceland, Lithuania, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.

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