WEMIX Token Delist News: Several major crypto exchanges based in South Korea have announced the delisting of gaming platform token WEMIX. The crypto project had recently announced raising funds from companies including tech major Microsoft. The Digital Asset Exchange Joint Consultative Body, comprising five top exchanges in the country announced a date for delisting the token.
The group included exchanges Upbit, Bithumb, Coinone, Korbit, and Gopax. The exchanges cited that Wemix provided false information. The company behind the token recently raised $46 million in a round that included companies like Microsoft. However, in a latest, the Korean crypto exchanges said they found errors in the data submitted by the company. According to South Korean media reports, the exchanges suggested finding inconsistencies in important information such as distribution volume. The exchanges said,
“This is an unusual situation in which it is difficult to restore confidence in the ability to identify and manage important information within the project, such as important information such as distribution volume being revised several times after submission.”
Keeping this in mind, the five exchanges revealed the decision to terminate transaction support to WEMIX to ensure investor safety. The support for WEMIX transactions will end on 8 December, they added.
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