Some Of Bittrex Delisted Coins, Why They Do It?

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Having started off in 2013, Bittrex is among the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges on the planet. The exchange is trusted by millions of users from across the globe, trading in hundreds of millions of dollars every day. Bittrex is a credible and secure platform – which hasn’t really been in controversies and has a clean track record. The exchange has been announcing a lot of coin de-listing.

Bittrex stated in a blog post that “Occasionally, there are circumstances that lead Bittrex to remove a coin’s wallet or market from the Bittrex Exchange. These actions are taken to ensure customers have access to digital tokens that continue to meet our strict coin listing criteria and have a properly functioning blockchain and wallet.”

Here are some of the cryptocurrencies de-listed from the Bittrex platform:

  • 8BIT
  • ADC
  • AM
  • AMS
  • APEX*
  • ARB
  • BITS*
  • BITZ*
  • BLC
  • BOB
  • BSTY
  • BTA
  • CCN
  • CRBIT*
  • CRYPT*
  • DAR
  • DGC
  • DRACO
  • DTC
  • FC2
  • FRK
  • FSC2*
  • GEMZ
  • GHC
  • GP
  • GRT
  • HKG
  • HYPER*
  • HZ
  • J
  • KR*
  • LXC*
  • MAX
  • MEC
  • METAL
  • MND
  • MTR*
  • MZC
  • NAUT
  • NET
  • NEU*
  • NTRN
  • OC*
  • ORB
  • PRIME*
  • PXI
  • ROOT*
  • SCOT
  • SCRT*
  • SFR*
  • SLG
  • SLING*
  • SOON
  • SPRTS
  • SSD*
  • STEPS*
  • STV
  • SWING
  • TES
  • TIT
  • TRI
  • TRK
  • U*
  • UFO
  • UNIQ*
  • UNIT
  • UNO
  • UTC
  • VIOR*
  • VIRAL*
  • VPN
  • WARP*
  • XAUR
  • XBB
  • XC
  • XCO
  • XDQ*
  • XPY*
  • XQN
  • XSEED*
  • XTC
  • YBC*

Cryptocurrencies which have been marked with an asterisk (*) cannot be withdrawn owing to broken blockchain or a faulty wallet service from the cryptocurrency developer’s end. It is owing to these incomplete services from the cryptocurrency developers that Bittrex has decided to de-list the currencies. Another major reason to de-list these currencies from the Bittrex platform is that these currencies record a very low trade volume, which becomes difficult for the platform to maintain a stable order book.

Also Bittrex announced some months ago that they will no longer allow users from five countries to trade on the platform due US-government issued sanctions upon them. These countries are Iran, Syria, North Korea, Crimea and Cuba. The reason to de-list these coins could also possibly be from the mounting pressure from the SEC which has been a factor influencing many decisions that US-based exchanges take place these days.

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