OKX announces delisting of several spot trading pairs to maintain robust trading environment

OKX has announced that it will be delisting several trading pairs in order to maintain a robust spot trading environment. The decision was made based on feedback from users and the OKX Token Delisting/Hiding Guideline, as well as regular performance monitoring of all listed projects.

The affected trading pairs include BNT/BTC, BTM/BTC, CEL/BTC, DCR/BTC, GAS/ETH, GAS/BTC, GHST/ETH, HC/BTC, HEGIC/ETH, INT/ETH, LSK/BTC, MITH/BTC, PHA/BTC, SRM/BTC, SWFTC/BTC, SWFTC/ETH, TAMA/BTC, USTC/BTC, and VSYS/BTC. These pairs will be delisted on April 11, 2023, between 8:00 and 8:30 am UTC.

Additionally, several other trading pairs will be delisted on April 13 and 14, 2023, including RNT/USDT, CMT/USDT, NAS/USDT, NAS/BTC, YOYO/USDT, YOYO/ETH, PST/USDT, PST/BTC, LBA/USDT, INX/USDT, YEE/USDT, MOF/USDT, MOF/USDC, DNA/USDT, FAIR/USDT, FAIR/BTC, HDAO/USDT, ABT/USDT, ARK/USDT, KAN/USDT, and WNXM/USDT.

Users are advised to cancel orders pertaining to these pairs before the delisting, and if orders are not cancelled in time, they will be automatically cancelled by the system, which may take 1-3 working days. Once the delisting is complete, users can find their assets under Assets > Funding > Untradable assets.

In addition to the delisting, OKX will also suspend the deposits and withdrawals of several tokens mentioned above, including RNT, CMT, NAS, YOYO, PST, LBA, INX, YEE, MOF, DNA, FAIR, HDAO, ABT, ARK, KAN, and WNXM. Users are advised to manage their assets promptly and can find their assets under Assets > Funding > Untradable assets once the delisting is complete.

OKX will continue to monitor all listed projects and implement the delisting/hiding mechanism as necessary. For any inquiries regarding this delisting update, users can contact the official OKX Telegram group or the Support Center.

Trading digital assets involves significant risks and can result in the loss of invested capital. Users are advised to fully understand the risks involved, consider their level of experience and investment objectives, and seek independent financial advice if necessary.

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