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Binance Removes These BTC, TUSD, BNB Pairs, What’s Happening?

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Binance Removes These BTC, TUSD, BNB Pairs, What's Happening?

Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, announced the delisting of several spot trading pairs due to poor liquidity and trading volume. This decision is part of Binance’s periodic review process aimed at maintaining a high-quality trading environment for its users. Moreover, the affected pairs feature Bitcoin (BTC), Binance Coin (BNB), and TrueUSD (TUSD) as quote currencies.

Update On Recent Binance Spot Trading Pairs Delisting

According to the latest announcement, Effective from June 14, 2024, at 03:00 UTC, the following spot trading pairs will no longer be available:


Moreover, it is important to note that in these pairs, BTC, TUSD, BNB serve as quote currencies, meaning they are used to measure the value of the base currencies. Alpaca Finance (ALPACA), Mdex (MDX), NFPrompt, QuickSwap (QUICK), and xAI (XAI) seem to have lost popularity among Binance users.

However, the removal of the above-mentioned pairs does not affect the overall availability of the individual tokens on Binance Spot. Hence, users can still trade these tokens against other available pairs on the platform. For instance, ALPACA, MDX, NFP, QUICK, and XAI can be traded against other cryptocurrencies like USDT, ETH, or directly against fiat currencies, if available.

This move aligns with Binance’s commitment to providing a seamless trading experience. By delisting pairs with low liquidity and trading volume, Binance aims to protect users from potential market inefficiencies and ensure a more seamless trading experience. Low liquidity can lead to higher volatility and slippage, potentially causing significant losses for traders.

This delisting follows Binance’s regular review practices, which assess various factors including trading volume, liquidity, and compliance with security standards. In addition to the delisting, Binance will also terminate its Spot Trading Bots services for the aforementioned pairs at the same time.

Hence, users are strongly advised to update or cancel their Spot Trading Bots prior to the cessation to avoid any unintended losses. Spot Trading Bots are automated systems that help users execute trades based on predefined strategies. Therefore, termination of bot services for these pairs means users need to manually manage their positions.

Also Read: Binance Conducts First In-Person Law Enforcement Training

BNB Incubation Alliance Launch

In a landmark development, BNB Chain and Binance Labs have introduced the BNB Incubation Alliance (BIA) on June 13. The move aims to boost optimism in the Web3 space. This initiative, centered on “building together to fast-track your Web3 journey,” seeks to support early-stage blockchain projects.

The BIA plans to nurture these projects through global events co-hosted with venture capitalists, incubators, and developer communities. Moreover, the alliance offers grants and opportunities to emerging blockchain projects. Participants gain direct access to the BNB Chain Most Valuable Builder (MVB) program.

Furthermore, they will also receive grants from BNB Chain and investment opportunities from Binance Labs. Additionally, participants can use the Launch-as-a-Service (LaaS) package. LaaS is BNB Chain’s all-in-one service for launching decentralized applications (dApps).

It includes infrastructure, security, treasury management, business growth, and marketing support. The package provides services valued at up to $300,000 for free. This comprehensive support aims to help new blockchain projects succeed.

Also Read: Binance Adds New Trading Pairs for Notcoin and Dogwifhat

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