Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has announced that it will be removing 30 trading pairs from its platform. The exchange said that it is removing these pairs to improve liquidity and user trading experience across its assets.
The trading pairs include: ANKR/PAX, ANKR/TUSD, ANKR/USDC, BCPT/PAX, BCPT/TUSD, BCPT/USDC, BTT/BTC, DENT/BTC, DOGE/PAX, DOGE/USDC, ERD/PAX, ERD/USDC, FTM/PAX, FTM/TUSD, FUEL/ETH, GTO/PAX, GTO/TUSD, GTO/USDC, LUN/ETH, NCASH/BNB, NPXS/BTC, ONE/PAX, ONE/TUSD, PHB/PAX, PHB/USDC, TFUEL/PAX, TFUEL/TUSD, TFUEL/USDC, WAVES/PAX and WIN/BTC.
Interestingly, as CoinTelegraph points out, some of these pairs also include tokens from its Binance Launchpad platform. As a response to the article, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao stated that this should not be considered as a delisting process but a move to consolidate liquidity.