Coinbase has upgraded its self-custody wallet to include support for non-fungible tokens. This move from Coinbase is an indication that the digital asset exchange expects increasing interest in NFTs through Q2, and are preparing for this potential surge in demand.

First introduced in November as part of an experimental Coinbase crypto-collectibles API, it was not initially clear when or if the feature would come to Coinbase Custody.—a–but today, the exchange has confirmed that it will be rolling out support for non-fungible tokens.

We are excited about this addition as it will help us in tracking NFTs. Coinbase's NFT support is very broad, going one step beyond Brave's in allowing you to track tokens from CryptoKitties, Decentraland, CryptoPunks, and even other ERC721 collectibles.