In a recent blog post, Coinbase introduced their new Coinbase Community, a discussion platform for their many users. Coinbase has also recently launched a new Bitcoin exchange called Lunar which is only available in roughly half of America currently. The Bitcoin company has also recently celebrated its 2 millionth wallet signup, an impressive feat.
A New/Old Community
The Coinbase Community site is designed to be used:
For Consumers: What features would you like to see in your bitcoin wallet? What bug has been annoying you for months? We would love to hear from you how we can be serving you better.
For Merchants: How are you thinking about accept bitcoin payments? How have you integrated it into your business? Let us know what is working well and what isn’t.
For Developers: Are you trying to integrate bitcoin into a product or service? Get your API questions answered by other developers, and discuss strategies for launching your app on the largest bitcoin API platform.
The Coinbase Community uses Discourse.org’s forum software and offers popular features such as nested conversations, mobile support, and up-voting. Of course, Coinbase has integrated its almost ubiquitous tip button into the platform as well so community members can tip each other for good advice. Everyone that has a Coinbase account is automatically signed up for a Coinbase Community account, so if you have any questions about Coinbase, or bitcoin in general, it seems that there is a new water cooler in town for discussion.
Images from Coinbase.