Bithumb, Upbit and other South Korean trading platforms will delist WEMIX

BlockBeats news, on November 24, the Korean Digital Asset Exchange Association (DAXA) decided to stop trading support for the chain game platform token WEMIX of the Korean game giant WeMade to protect investors. Affected by this, Bithumb, Upbit and other South Korean exchanges announced that they would delist WEMIX. As of the time of writing, according to data from CoinGecko, WEMIX has fallen by 61.7% in 24 hours, temporarily reported at $0.639.

Previously, on October 27, DAXA, composed of five major cryptocurrency trading platforms in South Korea, marked WeMade’s Wemix token as an investment warning.

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