Published on May 20th, 2018 | by bitcoin0
Japanese Exchange Coincheck Delists Four Privacy Coins
Japanese exchange Coincheck has confirmed that it is delisting three privacy coins: monero, dash, and zcash.
The exchange made this decision after receiving a business improvement order from the country’s financial regulator following the NEM hack.
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Coincheck Delisting 4 Cryptocurrencies
Following reports that Coincheck was going to delist monero (XMR), zcash (ZEC), and dash (DASH), the exchange has now confirmed that those cryptocurrencies will be delisted along with Augur’s reputation token (REP).
Business Improvement Order
Following the NEM hack in January, Coincheck received a business improvement order from the Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) on March 8.
After delisting the above cryptocurrencies, Coincheck will continue to support BTC, ETH, ETC, LSK, FCT, BCH, XRP, XEM, and LTC.