Coinbase, the largest US-based crypto exchange, has been questioned by some users like Ben Armstrong over the failure to distribute the Songbird airdrop tokens (SGB) to eligible XRP holders. Equally, a petition against the exchange has been launched for signing, regarding the Flare Songbird airdrop.
Part of the petition read:
“Coinbase has been aware for months that they would be receiving free $SGB (Songbird) on behalf of every Coinbase user who took part in the December 12 2020 XRP snapshot. In that time, they refused to answer whether they would delegate those coins to their customers.”
“Now they have actually received the coins and still refuse to answer whether they will give their customers the $SGB (Songbird). These coins represent an enormous amount of monetary value in a time where many are in need. We demand that Coinbase makes a public statement of their intentions as well as a public apology!”
At the time of writing, 4,717 users have signed the petition but for the issue to be picked up by local news, 5000 signatures are needed.