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Coinbase Won’t Support Upcoming AI Token Merger Between Fetch.ai, Ocean Protocol and SingularityNET

Top US exchange Coinbase is not going to facilitate the planned merger of multiple artificial intelligence altcoin projects into a single new crypto.

In an announcement via the social media platform X, Coinbase says that customers will have to initiate the merger on their own.

“Ocean (OCEAN) and Fetch.ai (FET) have announced a merger to form the Artificial Superintelligence Alliance (ASI). Coinbase will not execute the migration of these assets on behalf of users.”

In March, Fetch.ai (FET), Singularitynet (AGIX) and Ocean Protocol (OCEAN) announced a plan to merge with an aim to create the largest independent player in artificial intelligence (AI) research and development, which they are calling the Artificial Superintelligence Alliance (ASI).

The merger is happening in phases, beginning July 1st, according to a recent project update.

“Starting July 1, the token merger will temporarily consolidate SingularityNET’s AGIX and Ocean Protocol’s OCEAN tokens into Fetch.ai’s FET, before transitioning to the ASI ticker symbol at a later date. This update enables an efficient execution of the token merger, and outlines the timelines and crucial steps for token holders, ensuring a smooth and transparent process.”

Coinbase says users can effect the merger on their own using their wallets.

“Once the migration has launched, users will be able to migrate their OCEAN and FET to ASI using a self-custodial wallet, such as Coinbase Wallet. The ASI token merger will be compatible with all major software wallets.”

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