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April 06, 2013, 12:00:00 PM
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Can somebody please post the registered company name coinbase is trading under any any accounts previously filed with the IRS?

I'm from the UK it's pretty easy to get that info on UK companies, I don't understand how the American systems work.


Without the accounts with profit / loss, Turnover, Order book, and existing shares issued it is impossible to value the company, If you can't value the company you can't value the shares. Due dilligence and all that, I can't work on a share price based on the OP's vague posts regarding 10m shares, no disrespect intended I just need more information.

The company is coinbase, inc (a Delaware Corporation).  However the company is privately held.  None of that information is public record.  I am pretty sure there are private companies in the UK as well.  Unless a company is publicly traded it is not required to disclose financial reports (and almost never do) outside of confidential owner reports/memorandums.

Simple version: you won't find the info you are looking for in any public record.  In 3-5 years if coinbase goes public it will then have an IPO, register with the SEC as a registered security, and be required to file quarterly, and annual reports.

Actually, in the UK, private companies have to file the information and the public can check on-line quite easily.
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April 06, 2013, 02:59:39 PM
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Can somebody please post the registered company name coinbase is trading under any any accounts previously filed with the IRS?

I'm from the UK it's pretty easy to get that info on UK companies, I don't understand how the American systems work.


Without the accounts with profit / loss, Turnover, Order book, and existing shares issued it is impossible to value the company, If you can't value the company you can't value the shares. Due dilligence and all that, I can't work on a share price based on the OP's vague posts regarding 10m shares, no disrespect intended I just need more information.

The company is coinbase, inc (a Delaware Corporation).  However the company is privately held.  None of that information is public record.  I am pretty sure there are private companies in the UK as well.  Unless a company is publicly traded it is not required to disclose financial reports (and almost never do) outside of confidential owner reports/memorandums.

Simple version: you won't find the info you are looking for in any public record.  In 3-5 years if coinbase goes public it will then have an IPO, register with the SEC as a registered security, and be required to file quarterly, and annual reports.

Actually, in the UK, private companies have to file the information and the public can check on-line quite easily.

Interesting.  All this is off-topic since the thead is semi-dead care to share an example.
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April 06, 2013, 09:56:24 PM
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Companies House is the registration point for all companies in the UK: http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/

The register is publicly searchable here: http://wck2.companieshouse.gov.uk//wcframe?name=accessCompanyInfo or you can use third party sites like Duedil: https://www.duedil.com/ which tend to collate information from multiple sources and so may provide you with a more detailed picture.

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April 07, 2013, 12:18:11 PM
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So is the conclusion here that Coinbase shares are basically worthless at this point or what?

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April 07, 2013, 02:47:15 PM
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Can somebody please post the registered company name coinbase is trading under any any accounts previously filed with the IRS?

I'm from the UK it's pretty easy to get that info on UK companies, I don't understand how the American systems work.


Without the accounts with profit / loss, Turnover, Order book, and existing shares issued it is impossible to value the company, If you can't value the company you can't value the shares. Due dilligence and all that, I can't work on a share price based on the OP's vague posts regarding 10m shares, no disrespect intended I just need more information.

The company is coinbase, inc (a Delaware Corporation).  However the company is privately held.  None of that information is public record.  I am pretty sure there are private companies in the UK as well.  Unless a company is publicly traded it is not required to disclose financial reports (and almost never do) outside of confidential owner reports/memorandums.

Simple version: you won't find the info you are looking for in any public record.  In 3-5 years if coinbase goes public it will then have an IPO, register with the SEC as a registered security, and be required to file quarterly, and annual reports.

Actually, in the UK, private companies have to file the information and the public can check on-line quite easily.

Interesting.  All this is off-topic since the thead is semi-dead care to share an example.

As the poster below me said, Duedil is the easiest and fastest place to get info on ANY UK private limited company. The other ways are slightly more complicated but doable if you really want. Check out duedil though, really cool, can help to figure out if a market is worth entering based on how competition is doing really easily.
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September 11, 2013, 06:03:23 AM
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If a company is registered in Delaware, it can be sued in Delaware, which is a tough and easy place to be sued.  Coinbase has chosen to implement a site that places your balance at the top of every page, but to get the exchange rate you have to dig deep in to the buy/sell page; Coinbase does not support paid BTC transactions, they depend only on the block chain, so transfers of thousands of dollars have to wait in uncertainty on the blockchain, if it doesn't go through in 24 hours, you can then cancel and start over for the game again, and cancel and start again.  They transfer immediately to some addresses and never to others, so expect to have to transfer to a middle account to get your money out of the site. 

US BTC users have been told that this is the compliant U.S. site, but the functionality is extremely bald in the places where it actually matters.

If I can't get my coin out of there, I will have to do something.

Sue in Delaware, but payback is a bitch that can reach out and touch someone in San Francisco during lunch.

These people need to realize that some fucking clerk can't sit on funds without some fucking pay back. 

Fucking bitches.  Shit happens in the USA all the time, 10,000 gun murders a year. Fucking clerks.... Cry
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September 27, 2017, 05:40:00 PM
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Congrats! Roll Eyes Cheesy

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September 28, 2017, 12:09:37 AM
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For the record, I'll buy 0.5% of coinbase for $20,000.   Roll Eyes

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September 29, 2017, 09:36:41 AM
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For the record, I'll buy 0.5% of coinbase for $20,000.   Roll Eyes

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