Cryptocurrency exchange Binance announced on September 27 that it will remove 14 cryptocurrency spot trading pairs from its platform. The removal will take place from September 29th.
Among the pairs affected by the shutdown are the trading tokens Dogecoin (DOGE), Solana (SOL), XRP and Binance USD (BUSD).
According to the exchange, the measure aims to “protect users and maintain a high-quality trading market. Binance conducts periodic reviews of all listed spot trading pairs and may remove selected spot trading pairs due to various factors , such as low liquidity and trading volume”.
Based on its latest analysis, Binance will delist and end trading in the following spot trading pairs:
Em 29/09/2023, às 05:00 (UTC ): ALICE/BUSD, AVA/BUSD, BICO/BUSD, CLV/BUSD, DEGO/BUSD, GLM/BUSD, KSM/BUSD, WAXP/BUSD.
Em 29/09/2023, às 07:00 (UTC) : XTZ/BUSD, BNB/BIDR, DOGE/BIDR, SOL/BIDR, TKO/BIDR, XRP/BIDR.
“Deleting a spot trading pair does not affect the availability of tokens on Binance Spot. Users can still trade on a spot trading pair basis and quote assets on other trading pairs available on Binance.”
Users were advised by the platform to convert their BUSD assets into other assets available on Binance before February 2024.
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