OKEx has announced that it will delist 49 trading pairs from the exchange on November 30. The most important reason for the delisting of those specific pairs are weak liquidity and trading volume.
It's the third delisting batch of OKEx, that wants to create a robust trading environment by removing those markets that have low volume. Holders of the affected tokens should withdrawal their tokens to another exchange or wallet as soon as possible. Trading will stop at November 30, and on December 14 withdrawals will be closed.
DELISTING OF TRADING PAIRS: We will delist several TRADING PAIRS with weak liquidity and trading volume according to the OKEx Token Delisting / Hiding Guideline. #OKExAnnouncementhttps://t.co/cjcYf8EQcd— OKEx (@OKEx) November 27, 2018
In an announcement, OKEx urges holders of the following tokens to withdrawal to other platforms or a wallet: VEE, LEV, AVT, CBT, WRC, QVT, MTL, DNA, DNT, OAX, 1ST, CAG, UKG, BRD, SAN, ICN, ATL, SUB, REQ, NGC, AMM, LA, DENT, CIT, DAT, or MAG.
The following markets will be removed from the OKEx exchange:
CIT/BTC, ETH, OKB
DAT/BTC, ETH, USDT
DENT/BTC, ETH, USDT
LEV/BTC, ETH, USDT