What is EOS (EOS)?
EOS is a cryptocurrency designed to support large-scale decentralized applications. There are no fees to send or receive EOS. Instead, the protocol requires EOS to use resources like RAM, CPU, and network bandwidth. It also rewards the entities that run the network periodically with new EOS, effectively substituting inflation for transaction fees.
What products support EOS?
What regions support EOS?
Crypto to fiat trading pairs
Crypto to crypto trading pairs
See the full list of countries that Coinbase supports for crypto-to-crypto trading.
How many confirmations are needed for EOS?
EOS requires 1 network confirmations. Learn about transaction confirmations.
Which blockchain network hosts EOS?
EOS is hosted on the EOS blockchain.
What is a Memo?
A memo is type of Destination Tag that is used with EOS transactions. Omitting or using an incorrect Destination Tag/Memo will cause a delay in crediting the transaction to your Coinbase account. Under certain circumstances, these funds may not be creditable. For more information on how Memos work, please visit our help page.
Note: If you attempt to send EOS to Coinbase without a Memo your funds will not be received. Please contact the exchange that you sent the funds from for help.
What are the minimum and maximum withdrawal amounts?
Coinbase has implemented safeguards to ensure a healthy and efficient network both on-chain and through our platform.
These safeguards include both minimum and maximum amounts for each cryptocurrency we allow customers to send through the blockchain.
Minimum: 1 EOS
Maximum: 80,000 EOS
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