How long will it take to review and approve my asset listing application?
The time it takes to review a new listing can vary depending on many different factors, so we cannot offer any specific guidance on the time needed to review your listing. Typically, we can review applications for tokens issued on a blockchain that Coinbase already supports (for example, ERC-20 tokens issued on Ethereum) more quickly than we can review applications for tokens issued on blockchains that Coinbase does not yet support.
More resources about our asset listing application review process are available here:
What can I do to speed up my asset listing application?
The best way to ensure that your asset listing application is processed as quickly as possible is to fill out the application accurately and completely. If we reach out to you with a question about your application, please respond promptly.
Do I need to submit a third party legal opinion or security audit with my asset listing application?
You are not required to submit a third party legal opinion or security audit with your asset listing application, but if you have these materials, please feel free to include them with your application and we will consider them.
If Coinbase approves my asset listing application, how long after approval will it take for my asset to be listed on Coinbase?
If your asset is the utility token of a blockchain that Coinbase does not already support, then once we approve your application, you will need to create your Rosetta Implementation, which typically takes about six weeks.
We’ll then verify and validate your Rosetta Implementation, after which we can integrate your listing with our internal wallet services. The time needed to do this can vary depending on the blockchain on which your token exists.
We will automatically notify you when there are updates to share.
If your asset is a token that trades on a blockchain that Coinbase already supports (for example, an ERC-20 token issued on Ethereum), then we will automatically notify you when there are updates to share.
Is Rosetta Implementation necessary to list my asset on Coinbase?
Rosetta implementation is necessary to list your asset if it is on a blockchain that is not currently supported on Coinbase.
If Coinbase rejects my asset listing application, how long do I need to wait to re-apply?
If we reject your listing application, you should wait at least six months to re-apply.
How do I change the icon or description of my asset after it is listed on Coinbase?
To change your asset’s logo or description after it is listed on Coinbase, please contact us at email@example.com. If you want to change the asset logo, please provide us with an SVG file. If you want to change the asset description, please include it in the email body.
How do I notify Coinbase if I plan to upgrade my asset?
If you are planning to upgrade your asset, please notify us of your intended changes as early as possible and at least three to four weeks in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My asset is listed on Coinbase and I’d like to partner on an opportunity like asset staking, yield farming, NFT drops, or similar functionality – who at Coinbase can I contact?
Please email email@example.com to discuss your partnership opportunity. We’ll evaluate it and let you know if we are interested in partnering with you.
I’d like to do an “Earn campaign” for my asset in which users watch short videos about my asset in exchange for a small amount of it – who at Coinbase can I contact?
If you are interested in an Earn campaign for your asset, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My asset is listed on Coinbase and we are preparing to do an airdrop - who at Coinbase can I notify?
If you are preparing an airdrop for your asset, please email email@example.com so we can assist you.
My asset trades on Coinbase and I’d like Coinbase to be the custodian for my treasury – who at Coinbase can I contact?
If you are interested in having Coinbase act as custodian of your digital asset treasury, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asset icons are one of the key ways to identify the different crypto assets onour platforms and products. To ensure best quality visual results, please use these guidelines as a reference when cre ating and uploadingasset icon imagery.
We support an open system of asset icons and imagery but reserve the right to reject any uploaded images if they do not meet our quality or content requirements.
File Format and Size
The initial image file uploaded should be a square image with a minimum size of 512 pt.
File FormatPNG or JPG
SizeMinimum: 512 x 512 pixels
Square aspect ratio
All images will be cropped from the center into a circle.
Allow for 20pt of padding around the edges and ensure all required visual elements are within the 472pt safe space to avoid any unwanted cropping effects.
At a minimum all icons will be displayed on both a light and dark background, depending on the users viewing preferences.
Asset icons should be designed so that they function well on both background colors. The target contrast level for both scenarios of the icon edge to the background color should be 3.25:1 or higher.
4 LightMode: #FFFFF
3.25:1 or Higher
Center a focal point within the image.
Use imagery with a high contrast level of foreground to background elements.
Use imagery that is easy to distinguish at small sizes.
Use inappropriate content such as explicit, NSFW or violent images.
Use copyrighted images or images specific to other platforms such as iOS or Android emojis.
Avoid using white or black backgrounds in images.
Avoid using complex visuals such as images or photos that won’t be recognizable at small sizes.
Manipulate edges, add outlines, strokes, dashes or any kind of decorative elements designed for the edge of the circle.
Use transparent backgrounds.