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Breaking News: Binance Removes ALPINE/EUR, GMT/BNB, LAZIO/EUR, POLS/BNB, PORTO/EUR Pairs from Exchange Listings






Binance Announces Discontinuation of Five Spot Trading Pairs

Binance Announces Discontinuation of Five Spot Trading Pairs

Binance, the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchange, has announced the removal of five spot trading pairs from its platform in a bid to maintain a high-quality trading environment. This decision comes as a result of the exchange’s latest periodic review, which assesses factors such as liquidity and trading volume.

Maintaining Market Integrity

In line with its commitment to user protection and market integrity, Binance regularly evaluates all listed spot trading pairs. The exchange has a stringent delisting process that aims to ensure the best trading experience for its users and to uphold the standards of its trading environment.

Affected Trading Pairs

As of March 1, 2024, at 03:00 UTC, the following spot trading pairs will no longer be available on Binance:

  • ALPINE/EUR
  • GMT/BNB
  • LAZIO/EUR
  • POLS/BNB
  • PORTO/EUR

Binance emphasizes that the delisting of these spot trading pairs does not impact the availability of these tokens on the platform. Users can continue to trade these assets on other available trading pairs on Binance.

Implications for Spot Trading Bot Users

For users utilizing Spot Trading Bots for the affected pairs, Binance will terminate these services at the same time the pairs are removed. Users are advised to update or cancel their Spot Trading Bots before March 1, 2024, to prevent potential trading losses.

User Guidance

Binance has provided guidelines on how to view delisting information for tokens and spot trading pairs, available in their support center. They also offer a comprehensive FAQ section about delisting guidelines to assist users in navigating the changes.

Binance’s Ongoing Commitment

This announcement reflects Binance’s ongoing effort to adapt to the dynamic cryptocurrency market while ensuring compliance with regulatory standards and safeguarding user interests. The exchange continues to adapt its offerings to align with user demand and market conditions.

Binance advises all its users to stay informed through official channels and to manage their trades accordingly in light of the removal of these trading pairs.


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