Bitfinex delists numerous trading pairs
Bitfinex delists numerous trading pairs
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Bitfinex delists numerous trading pairs

By Eleonora Spagnolo - 2 Mar 2020

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Bitfinex announces the delisting of several trading pairs due to their low liquidity. These are tokens linked to Ethereum, Bitcoin, DAI and Japanese Yen. 

Here are the tokens delisted by Bitfinex paired with Ethereum:

  • Fusion (FSN/ETH), 
  • Scorum (SCR/ETH), 
  • Credits (CSX/ETH), 
  • On.Live (ONL/ETH), 
  • Euro statistics (EUS/ETH), 
  • Atonomi (ATM/ETH), 
  • AidCoin (AID/ETH), 
  • Aelf (ELF/ETH), 
  • Auctus (AUC/ETH), 
  • DAOstack (GEN/ETH), 
  • Mithril (MIT/ETH), 
  • Seer (EEA/ETH), 
  • Yggdrash (YGG/ETH), 
  • Contentbox (BOX/ETH), 
  • Lympo (LYM/ETH), 
  • BnkToTheFuture (BFT/ETH), 
  • OKEX (OKB/ETH), 
  • Blockpass (PAS/ETH), 
  • Loom Network (LOO/ETH), 
  • Verge (XVG/ETH), 
  • MATRIX AI Network (MAN/ETH), 
  • FOAM (FOA/ETH), 
  • Triple (TRI/ETH), 
  • Glass (VLD/ETH), 
  • Nucleus Vision (NCA/ETH), 
  • Universe (UTN/ETH), 
  • Cortex (CTX/ETH).

And here are the delisted tokens that were paired with Bitcoin: 

  • CommerceBlock (CBT/BTC), 
  • Edge (DAD/BTC), 
  • ORS Group (ORS/BTC), 
  • BLOCKv (VEE/BTC), 
  • Nectar Token (NEC/BTC), 
  • Nucleus Vision (NCA/BTC), 
  • Sentient Coin (SEN/BTC), 
  • Everipedia (IQX/BTC), 
  • POA (POA/BTC), 
  • Lympo (LYM/BTC), 
  • Hydro Protocol (HOT/BTC), 
  • YOYOW (YYW/BTC), 
  • Atonomi (ATM/BTC), 
  • AidCoin (AID/BTC), 
  • Medicalchain (MTN/BTC), 
  • Essentia (ESS/BTC).

With regard to the DAI stablecoin it will no longer be possible to exchange it with: 

  • OmiseGO (OMG/DAI), 
  • 0x (ZRX/DAI).

The trading pair Verge/Yen (XVG/JPY) is also removed.

Trading of all these cryptocurrency pairs will cease as of March 6th, 2020 at 10:00 UTC. Users are therefore invited to cancel any open orders with the above-listed pairs before next Friday. Uncancelled orders will be automatically deleted from the system. 

The official Bitfinex announcement explains:

“The removal of these trading pairs is a common measure that serves to consolidate and improve liquidity on Bitfinex, leading to a more streamlined and optimised trading experience for our users”.

The trading pairs are removed, though the mentioned tokens are not delisted by Bitfinex. Hence the decision does not seem worrying despite the high number of tokens involved. Actually, most of them are very little known, with some exceptions like Verge, 0x, Everipedia or Okex.

In any case, Bitfinex seems to be back fully operational after the DDoS attack on Friday morning. 

 

Eleonora Spagnolo
Eleonora Spagnolo

Journalist passionate about the web and the digital world. She graduated with honours in Multimedia Publishing at the University La Sapienza in Rome and completed a master's degree in Web and Social Media Marketing.

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