IXFI always takes all the necessary steps to guarantee the best experience for our users. Following the verification procedures, we have discovered that four cryptocurrencies currently available on our spot-trading platform no longer meet the high standards we’re monitoring and the crypto’s industry development pace. We’ve decided to take further action to protect our users and their interest.
In this regard, IXFI will remove the following four cryptocurrencies from our trading platform:
- District0x (DNT)
- New Bitsahres (NBS)
- Bitcoin Gold (BTG)
- Token Club (TCT)
The trading pairs that will be affected by these changes are:
- DNT/BTC, DNT/BUSD & DNT/USDT
- BTG/BTC, BTG/BUSD & BTG/USDT
- TCT/BTC & TCT/USDT
Please note that open orders for these trading pairs will be removed. Also, deposits for any of the listed-above cryptocurrencies will not be credited after 25/10/2022 00:00 UTC.
However, users will still be able to withdraw the mentioned tokens until 25/01/2023 at 00:00 UTC.
Thank you for understanding. IXFI always works in our users’ best interests and makes sure that our community’s needs and requirements are met to ensure growth and prosperity.
Cryptocurrency investments are subject to high volatility and sudden price movements. Your digital portfolio can increase or decrease in value, and there is a probability that you may not get back the invested amount. IXFI is not accountable for your losses or profits, and you are the only one responsible for any value modifications that the digital assets may incur.
Keep in mind that the future is unpredictable regarding cryptocurrencies, and historical performance may not reflect future performance. It’s important to understand that you’re exposed to risk before investing – so we recommend choosing only products you’re familiar with.
Before investing in cryptocurrencies, review your financial situation, risk tolerance, investment experience, and objectives. None of the materials posted on the IXFI blog, IXFI social media channels, or any other communication outlet should not be considered financial or investment advice.