An exchange may delist crypto assets if the criteria set by the exchange for listing are no longer met. This process is called Delisting. For example, cryptocurrency assets are often removed from exchanges when there is a lack of regular trading volume, the network is too unstable, or there is evidence of fraudulent behavior.

See also Listing, Decentralized Exchanges (DEX).

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