Cryptocurrency Exchange OKEx Decides Not to Delist Bitcoin Satoshi Vision
Cointelegraph By Adrian Zmudzinski's orignal article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 45%
Major cryptocurrency exchange OKEx announced that it decided not to delist bitcoin satoshi vision in a series of tweets published on April 16. OKEx is currently ranked first on CoinMarketCap of exchanges by adjusted trading volume, with $1.3 billion in 24 hour volume. Per the announcement, the exchange verified that BSV currently doesn't meet the OKEx delisting and hiding criteria after reviewing its technology development, liquidity and compliance.
"As a neutral platform, OKEx respects the efforts of all dedicated teams in advancing the technology of Bitcoin and has no inclination to certain technical directions." As Cointelegraph reported yesterday, major cryptocurrency exchange Binance has officially announced that it will delist BSV starting next week. Some users have suggested that OKEx's decision to keep listing BSV may have been influenced by the recent announcement of OKEx's partnership with Jack C. Liu, founder of crypto wallet RelayX, to launch a BSV-based exchange.
Following Binance's delisting, crypto exchange ShapeShift has decided to drop the cryptocurrency as well, with Kraken considering plans to follow suit.
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