In an email sent to customers, the Coinbase exchange informed about its plans in the event of Brexit.
In fact, if the UK leaves the European Union by October 31st, the company behind Coinbase, CB Payments Ltd, will no longer be able to provide its E-Money service, the Euro wallet, on the platform.
To prevent this from happening, CB Payments Ltd will transfer the management of E-money to another company within the European Union, without affecting the accounts of customers.
Although this is certainly a hot topic, Google Trends recently revealed that the term Brexit has fewer searches than the term bitcoin.
In addition, as stated by OKEx executives, Brexit could have a positive influence on cryptocurrencies.