Coinbase Adds Support For Six Additional Languages

Coinbase Adds Support For Six Additional Languages

Coinbase is eager to leave behind their image as a US-only company. With a rapid international expansion, the San Francisco-based bitcoin brokerage and payments processing service is expanding their reach further than ever before. On Friday, the company announced in a blog post that their services are now available in six additional languages: Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Dutch, and German. Coinbase has invited users to help out in the translation process via the company's dedicated translation page. There, customers can submit feedback in terms of improving existing translations....


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