Coinbase shares declined on Friday after a gangbuster session for the stock the day prior, though financial institutions have increased the stock's overall price target.
COIN was trading down 3.3% to $103.50 at 3:31 p.m. in New York, according to TradingView.
The firm, which has seen its stock price surge since the beginning of the year, rallied more than 20% on Thursday alongside the broader crypto market after a judge ruled that Ripple Lab's sales of XRP on exchanges did not violate securities laws.
Relative to bitcoin, the firm's stock has taken off since mid-June. That's been underpinned by headlines of its involvement in the launch of a number of proposed spot bitcoin exchange-traded funds.
Earlier Friday, shares in the exchange surged above $110.
Increased price targets
Private investment firm WedBush said in a Thursday report that it increased its price target on the company to $110.
"We are specifically encouraged by the suggestion that XRP sale on the public exchanges did not involve securities," the firm wrote.
The bank Needbush also increased its price target to $120 from $70 following the decision, Coinbase reported.
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