In a twitter announcement earlier today, the popular American cryptocurrency of Coinbase Pro, announced that it will be carrying out a scheduled maintenance to its database on October 25th, 01:00 UTC. Further analyzing the tweet by the exchange, they also informed users that this time is equivalent to October 24th at 6:00 PM, Pacific Standard Time. The maintenance is scheduled to last for one hour. The full tweet can be found below.
The announcement went on to add that during the time period of the maintenance, Coinbase Pro and Coinbase Prime will be offline. All resting orders will remain in force. All users are advised to cancel resting orders prior to the resumption of live trading.
The full schedule of events during the maintenance are as follows:
6:00 pm PDT: APIs and websites will be offline.
7:00 pm PDT: All markets will enter “post-only mode” for a minimum of 1 minute. Post-only limit orders will be accepted, but no matches will occur. You may also cancel any resting order during this period.
~7:01 pm PDT: All markets will enter “limit-only mode” for a minimum of 10 minutes. Limit orders will be accepted and may be matched. Market orders will not be accepted.
~7:11 pm PDT: All markets will enter “full-trading mode.”
All Eyes On Coinbase Pro
The crypto community’s curiosity has been aroused from the announcement of a scheduled maintenance on the Database belonging to Coinbase Pro. All Crypto traders are aware that the exchange had expressed its interest in listing the five digital assets of Ox (ZRX), Stellar (XLM), Cardano (ADA), ZCash (ZEC) and Basic Attention Token (BAT).
Of the five digital assets, only Ox (ZRX) has been listed and Coinbase Pro was the first to offer trading services of the cryptocurrency. Therefore, the question on many Crypto-traders’ minds, is whether the database maintenance is geared towards adding support for the other 4 digital assets and more.
One twitter user had this to say about the announcement:
Adding $XLM or $BAT?! If so, add both please.
About Coinbase Pro
Coinbase Pro was launched in late May of this year as an evolution of GDAX which had been launched by Coinbase only 3 years prior. Coinbase Pro was more than a rebranding of the platform. It was a completely redesigned platform for traders wanting more features to amplify their user experience.