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Has anyone else read this ? πŸͺ™πŸͺ™πŸͺ™

I found this inside their Coinbase user agreement.

My question is this: Can you use this as a loophole to create a cryptocurrency hedge fund?

From my POV it seems like employees or agents can also have access to the account thereby allowing others to deposit, transact, etc.

Correct me if I’m wrong but this is interesting stuff

5.2.1 Coinbase Pro Account. You may not sell, lease, furnish or otherwise permit or provide access to your Trading Account to any other entity or to any individual that is not your employee or agent. You accept full responsibility for your employees’ or agents’ use of Coinbase Pro, whether such use is directly through the Coinbase Pro website or by other means, such as those facilitated through API keys, and/or applications which you may authorize. You understand and agree that you are responsible for any and all orders, trades, and other instructions entered into Coinbase Pro including identifiers, permissions, passwords, and security codes associated with your Coinbase Pro Account.

What do you think?

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