We regularly review all digital assets available on CoinSpot to ensure that all projects on our platform are compliant with internal and external guidelines, criteria and regulation.
We will delist a coin/token if there are doubts over whether the project is compliant with this criteria. Generally CoinSpot will provide significant notice about a delisting, however in some cases we may delist without any notice. We will endeavour to publish the intention to delist a coin or token and provide a sufficient notice before trading is halted. Delisting notices will appear on the CoinSpot website on the affected coin or token specific wallet as well as the Buy and Sell pages.
After trading has halted for a coin or token, we will aim to provide members a suitable period of time to withdraw any delisted assets. CoinSpot members must withdraw any tokens before the posted withdrawal deadline provided; or there will be significant delays for withdrawals. There may be circumstances under which a user may not be able to withdraw assets due to events outside of CoinSpot’s control. If this occurs, we will communicate this situation accordingly.
It is important to note that each coin and token is different and each delisting process may vary accordingly. We will be sure to advise relevant coin and token holders of the required processes when a project is delisted.
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