Crypto exchange Binance has announced it will delist Bitcoin SV on April 22 at 10:00 AM UTC following the review of digital assets available on the platform. Withdrawal of the tokens will be possible until that time. Afterwards, all trading will cease.
According to the blog post, a coin or token is no longer delisted simply for failing broadly to meet its standards. Binance takes into consideration variables, such as level and quality of development activity, network / smart contract stability, or evidence of unethical/fraudulent conduct.
Last week, Binance's CEO Changpeng "CZ" Zhao posted a warning to Craig Wright, the creator of BSV, that if he does not cease claiming to be Satoshi, the token would be delisted from Binance. CZ also referred to Wright as "a fraud" after Wright filed a lawsuit against Peter McCormack.
Master piece! You have my full support, Peter.
To be clear, I don't choose sides on technology. We let market do that. I am against fraud, such as lying to be someone. As such, it is my strong opinion that:
Craig Wright is fraud. https://t.co/f9ihSD6Pr3
— CZ Binance (@cz_binance) April 15, 2019