Binance to Remove Several Cryptocurrencies from its Platform on September 15th

Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, is continuing its delisting of certain cryptocurrencies. This decision holds significant implications for the coins involved. While Binance does not provide an exact reason for the delistings, it cites factors such as low liquidity and trading volume.

The following trading pairs will be removed and cease trading at specific times:

– At 03:00 UTC, AMB/BUSD, ASTR/BUSD, BAT/ETH, DASH/BUSD, GMX/BUSD, and HOT/BUSD will be delisted.
– At 07:00 UTC, SSV/BUSD, STMX/BUSD, TROY/BUSD, and WOO/BUSD will cease trading.

It is important to note that the delisting of spot trading pairs does not affect the availability of these tokens on Binance Spot. Users can still trade the base and quote assets of the spot trading pairs on other available trading pairs on Binance.

In related news, Binance is currently offering a special promotion. Users can register using a specific link to receive $100 free and 10% off fees on Binance Futures for the first month. Additionally, PrimeXBT is offering a special deal where users can receive up to $7,000 on their deposits by entering the code CRYPTOPOTATO50 during registration.

These delistings by Binance highlight the importance of monitoring the ever-changing landscape of cryptocurrencies and the potential impact on investors and traders.

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J-S Tremblay
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