Robinhood has a chance to usurp Coinbase as the de facto crypto trading site app by vastly undercutting its fees.

Robinhood sees giving away the service for free as a powerful play to gain users for its existing service that lets people trade stocks, ETFs and options without additional charges.

Tracking is now available for everyone, with trading coming to waitlisted users and more states soon.

Robinhood Crypto first announced the feature last month, with one million people signing up in just the first four days.

With its free crypto trading, it may have found a way to luring in a fresh class of amateur investors.

As crypto draws a new generation into the world of finance, Robinhood wants to help them play the market, day or night.

For more, read our full story on the debut of Robinhood Crypto.