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Coinbase gets off to a rocky start as it lists on the Nasdaq
It was billed as a watershed milestone for cryptocurrency the industrys Netscape moment. This week, Coinbase made its stock market debut.
There was no shortage of excitement in the run-up to Wednesdays direct listing on the Nasdaq, with rallying to $64,863.10 before the open. COINs reference price was set at just $250, with all 1,700 staff pocketing 100 shares each.
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