Coinbase doesn't currently support Binance Chain (BEP-2) because it's a separate blockchain that isn't integrated with our platform. BEP-2 is a blockchain created by Binance specifically for their customers to send assets more quickly. Any deposits sent via the Binance Chain into a Coinbase account will not be credited and your funds will be lost.
For example, we support ERC20 tokens like USD Coin (USDC) on the Ethereum network. If you send USDC on the BEP-2 chain to Coinbase, you will lose your funds because it’s on a separate network.
How do I check if my Binance assets are on the Ethereum network?
When you're preparing to send an asset from Binance to Coinbase, select the Block Explorer link on the send confirmation page. If Etherscan opens, then it's a supported ERC20 token and you can proceed to send the funds to your Coinbase account.
We recommend sending a small amount of crypto as a test send prior to attempting to send a significant amount.