Coinbase is now listing Dash on its platform coming Monday — on September 16 at 10 am PST — announced the US-based exchange on September 13.
Dash will go live on Coinbase Pro in supported jurisdictions, not covering New York State and the United Kingdom.
The exchange will accept deposits for the digital asset at least 12 hours prior to enabling full trading that will begin on or after September 17, 9 AM Pacific Standard Time.
Once sufficient supply of Dash is established on the platform, the exchange will start trading on the DASH/USD and DASH/BTC order books in phases.
Coinbase, however, won’t be supporting its optional speed and privacy features that make it optimized for payments.
The cryptocurrency is also not yet available on Coinbase.com or its mobile apps, the announcement for the same will be made separately at a later date when this functionality is added.
In response to this news, DASH price went from $81.9 — the lowest level on Sept. 12 to $86.78. After going back to about $85 level, it surged to $87.6 today.
At the time of writing, the 16th largest cryptocurrency by market cap, DASH has been trading at $88.99 with 24 hours gains of 8.28%, as per Coincodex