The Nasdaq-listed cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase reportedly still has some systemic issues after a major connectivity issue.

Coinbase support officially announced that the brokerage house Coinbase and its Coinbase Pro trading platform were not available on Tuesday due to connectivity issues on both platforms.

“This could lead to trade disruptions, transaction delays and unexpected behavior on the website and mobile apps,” Coinbase said in a post.

The stock exchange said that it solved the problem from kl. 02.00 UTC November 24, since the issue no longer affects Coinbase products and services. According to the Coinbase incident and planned maintenance history, that company took less than two hours to fix the problem.

A number of Internet users immediately expressed anger over recurring connectivity issues with the platform, with some observers noticing that Coinbase faced a similar issue just a month ago. Several users have linked Coinbase with “connectivity issues” to coin collecting, including Shiba Inu (SHIB), GYEN and (CRO).

According to CoinGecko, after Coinbase posted a CRO on its platform in early November, the token is up more than 300%. Due to Coinbase’s status, GYEN has not been able to buy, sell or trade on Coinbase as of Friday due to technical reasons.

Some Coinbase users are said to have continued to experience problems with the platform after Oslo Børs reported that the problem had been resolved.

“I woke up a day later and Coinbase still did not work. Imagine a lawsuit if the stock market really bothered itself,” said a Coinbase user.

“It’s been 24 hours and Coinbase is still down,” another alleged client wrote on Twitter.

While Coinbase’s support team continues to accept new user complaints on Twitter, the exchange refused to give Cointelegraph more details about the problem or its causes. “We are having trouble connecting through and Coinbase Pro. This issue has now been resolved,” a Coinbase spokesman said.

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Source: CoinTelegraph