OKEx announced the withdrawal of 49 pairs of exchanges from its platform as its sales volumes do not meet the inclusion guidelines. This action will be taken on November 30, so that customers with open markets with the relevant assets should be removed before that date.
According to the statement several of these tokens will be completely removed from the service. Customers who have funds in these encryption game exchange offices must remove them until 14 December 2007 on other platforms or in their personal portfolios.
On October 28, the platform abolished 50 trading opportunities, especially pairs with BTC and ETH, but also some with USDT. In this case, OKEx tracks multiple hit chips in the last group. Some, like FirstBlood and Iconom, whose markets with BTC and ETH were withdrawn a month ago, will no longer be exchanged with USDT and removed from the platform.
District0x, which was not affected by the previous group, also looked at the pair with USDT suspension and will be removed from the exchange house.
According to Coinhills, OKEx processes an average daily volume of 192 048 BTCs, corresponding to 3.87% of the total market, making it an The fifth largest exchange house in the world. In addition, the first 5 are the most active and trading pairs, because according to this page, this platform uses 477 trading opportunities.
TOKENS has been hit hardest by the fall of the market
This OKEx movement reflects the fact that markers were more affected by the downturn in the market. As has been reported recently, assets of this type have fallen beyond the main cryptographic cultures. The study indicates that, although they were positive in the first ten months of the year, their volume declined in November.
However, this OKEx decision did not adversely affect the price of all chips withdrawn. FirstBlood reduced its price, while District0x, which was also withdrawn, increased its value and increased its sales from. 8:00 am from 26 to noon 8:00 on November 27th.
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