You can now buy digital currency like Bitcoin, LiteCoin, Ripple and DogeCoin with Coinbase.
The cryptocurrency exchange is the latest to accept Bitcoin and Ethereum, two cryptocurrencies that are also listed on its platform.
Coinbase said it will start accepting digital currencies in January 2018.
In October, Coinbase added Bitcoin Cash and Xapo to its platform, bringing the total of digital currency-related companies to 21.
A month later, Coinbase announced that it had also added Bitcoin Gold, a cryptocurrency with no fixed supply and an increased market cap.
Ethereum, the second most popular cryptocurrency on the Bitcoin market, was added to Coinbase in December 2017.
While it’s unclear if Coinbase is making it easier for cryptocurrency users to buy digital currencies, it has said that it is currently working on adding a “digital wallet” to its wallet.
This means that users can store their digital wallets on the company’s servers and then use them to pay for goods and services.
Bitcoin, Lite, Ripple or DogePay are the most popular cryptocurrencies on Coinbase.
But the company has not disclosed what digital wallet it plans to add to its website, and users who have questions about how to get started can contact the company directly.