If you have a few bags of small-cap altcoins, then you’ve probably found yourself on Cryptopia at one time or another.
Based out of New Zealand, Cryptopia has been around for a number of years, providing investors with a direct line to mainstream altcoins, shitcoins and newly launched ICOs. However, despite the appeal of listing everything, Cryptopia has spent the bear market trying to improve the legitimacy of its platform, and as such, has begun to ramp up enforcement of its policy for delisting questionable altcoins.
The process for some of our coins that were due to be delisted today has been extended. We will provide you with an update soon on this. Check here for the latest information: https://t.co/3bFYfrbx08
— Cryptopia Exchange (@Cryptopia_NZ) November 9, 2018
According to its delisting page, Cryptopia has dropped 70 different altcoins in the last year or so, including names like BeaverCoin, MileyCyrusCoin and the ever-popular HoboNickels.
While 95% of the coins delisted are exactly what you’d expect, there are a fair number of more popular altcoins that have hit the chopping block. One such example being Waves (WAVES), a blockchain platform centered around a multi-currency wallet that features a decentralized exchange (DEX).
Nonetheless, it’s clear that Cryptopia means business, so if you are the proud owner of HodlBucks, you might want to check your account.
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