02/05/19 08:00 UTC-4

The Kraken Exchange disabled BSV trading, and in return, it received a BCH increase of 10%

BCH has grown due to the fact that the BSV trades on the Kraken Exchange have been disabled
BCH has grown due to the fact that the BSV trades on the Kraken Exchange have been disabled

The Kraken cryptocurrency exchange, based in San Francisco, recently announced that Bitcoin SV tradingTrading
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is currently disabled, while Bitcoin Cash receives a 10 percent price hike, – Twitter of exchange.

Bitcoin SV (BSV) trading is now disabled. Open orders will be canceled soon. All users were notified and asked to cancel all BSV transfers until May 31, 2019.


#DelistBSV Movement

The cryptocurrency exchange joined the #DelistBSV Movement on April 17, when it was announced that 70,545 Twitter users had voted in favor of the Bitcoin SV (BSV) delisting survey.

Interesting in the section: Bitcoin Cash SV features

The results were more than unambiguous and showed that 71% chose the option "Yes", 22% remained indifferent and only 7% did not recommend an exchange for this.

Kraken kept his word and continued to turn off Bitcoin SV (BSV) deposits.

Kraken informed clients about the disconnection of BSV trade. At this time, Bitcoin Cash is experiencing a 10% price hike, most likely due to the fact that Kraken goes ahead and disables Bitcoin-SV deals, which may have pushed some customers to switch from BSV to BCH.

Recall that in April the Kraken exchange announced its decision to place Cosmos (ATOM). The trades started on April 22nd and were presented in five pairs: ATOM/USD, ATOM/EUR, ATOM/CAD, ATOM/BTC and ATOM/ETH.

Editor: Godfrid Brower

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17/05/19 08:43 UTC-4

The Poloniex excludes 9 cryptocurrencies for American traders

Poloniex, the leading crypto-exchanger, will no longer support 9 cryptocurrencies for US traders. According to the Medium report, the lack of regulatory documents for these projects may lead to the fact that they will be classified as securities.

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