Bittrex closes access to 32 assets for US traders
Cryptocurrency platform Bittrex reported in a company blog that it will close for US customers the ability to trade 32 digital assets. After June 21, traders from the United States will not be able to access a large number of coins listed on the stock exchange, including QTUM and STORJ.
Bittrex representatives say that US citizens will receive an e-mail explaining what they can and cannot do with the digital currencies mentioned above. It is about exchanging it for other cryptocurrencies, canceling orders or withdrawing assets from the exchange. The reason for delisting the company did not specify.
When the new rules earn, US users will not be able to buy or sell these virtual currencies, and all open orders for these cryptocurrencies will be canceled.
Limited functionality will still be available to US citizens, and the coins will be transferred to the Bittrex International platform:
"U.S. Customers may withdraw or continue to hold in their Bittrex wallet affected Tokens/Coins for as long as Bittrex International supports a market in those Tokens/Coins."
The following coins will transition to Bittrex International on June 21, 2019.
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