Here is our weekly collection of digital asset listing and delisting, trading pair-related announcements by crypto exchanges that we found last week and today.
Bitcoin price declined further below the USD 33,500 support zone. Ethereum dived below USD 2,000, XRP tested the USD 0.655 support. FIL, NEXO, and DOGE are down over 12%.
Crypto investors have been left “confused” after a spate of altcoin delistings on major South Korean exchanges has escalated to the point where the regulator has stepped in with yet more rules for under-fire trading platforms.
Multiple South Korean crypto exchanges have gone on token purges, culling a wide range of altcoins from their platforms – and following in the wake of the market-leading exchange Upbit, which has earmarked 30 coins for the ax.
Iron Finance suffered a massive impact to their TITAN token in what they described as a "bank run," and what many in the Cryptoverse called a rug pull - but inadvertently providing an important warning for algorithmic stablecoins, with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban finding himself at the centre of it.
The decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) BitDAO says it has raised “over USD 230 million” from a “private sale” funding round.
Bitcoin price is correcting lower and it might test USD 38,500. Ethereum declined below the USD 2,500 support, XRP also traded below the USD 0.850 support. SHIB, CHZ, AMP, and QNT are up over 15%.
The top South Korean financial regulator has demands to know about crypto exchanges’ token delisting policies and wants to compile a list of high-risk altcoins – in a move likely connected to the trading platform Upbit’s recent decision to delist up to 30 tokens.
Major crypto exchange Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong is taking a lot of flak today for his open support of controversial blockchain-based social network BitClout.
Here is our weekly collection of digital asset listing and delisting, trading pair-related announcements by crypto exchanges that we found last week.