Since Coinbase is an apolitical company, they haven't had much to write about in the past week. We want to give them some free publicity. Their last blog post was about the Coinbase Visa Card for customers who want to earn up to 4% back in crypto rewards paid directly to their Coinbase account. You can join the waitlist to potentially be accepted into the program. The card allows crypto to be used for payments and purchases online and in-store, as well as for ATM cash withdrawals similar to the Robinhood debit card. The Coinbase Card is available to customers in nearly 30 countries, including the UK and across Europe, but the rewards program will only be available to customers in the US. For first-time users in crypto, you can download the iOS and Android app and securely link to a Coinbase account. Coinbase reported a major outage last week on a clogged network as bitcoin was approaching yearly highs. There is no annual fee, but Coinbase has the most expensive fees in the industry for small traders. According to Polymarket, who recently raised $4 million, Coinbase has a 16% chance of completing their IPO before January 2021.