Last week, Coinbase announced its entry into the new key cryptocurrency market and expanded into emerging economies. The Diar report analyzes that the new country entered is limited to trading pairs between cryptocurrencies, and mostly bypasses the legal currency channel. Outside Europe and the United States, only one-third of supported countries are able to actually purchase local currency through credit/debit cards or bank deposits. In fact, in addition to Indonesia, the sale of cryptocurrencies will not be the choice of a new country. But on the positive side, Coinbase trading volume may reach an 11-month high by the end of April 2019.