Binance has stopped delisting privacy-based altcoin projects. At the end of May, it was decided to delist 12 altcoins due to regulatory measures in Europe.
France, Italy, Spain and Poland are the countries where the decision will come into effect as of June 26. would be. However, according to the latest statements, the giant cryptocurrency exchange has given up on this decision.
In a statement to CoinTelegraph, the executives of the exchange stated that the decision was changed taking into account the feedback:
After carefully considering feedback from our community and several projects, we revised how we categorize privacy altcoins on our platform to comply with EU-wide regulatory requirements.”
The altcoin projects that Binance announced to delist in the e-mail sent to customers earlier were as follows:
Decred (DCR), Dash (DASH), Zcash (ZEC), Horizen (ZEN), PIVX (PIVX), Navcoin (NAV), Secret (SCRT), Verge (XVG), Firo (FIRO), Beam (BEAM), Monero (XMR) and MobileCoin (MOB).
Some projects have also made statements on the subject last week. The developers of the Verge project announced on their social media account that they would not be affected by Binance’s decision to limit transactions in some countries.
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