SBI Virtual Currencies has reportedly delisted Bitcoin Cash (BCH) pairs from its trading platform.
The Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange today issued a notice in which it clarified the basis of removing BCH-enabled instruments. It explained that the Bitcoin Cash as a blockchain project had deviated from its core business philosophy. SBI added that Bitcoin Cash in its current version was an unsuitable listing for them, which could put their customers’ investment security at risk.
SBI Virtual Currency, one of licensed exchanges in Japan, decides to delist BCH（ABC）suddenly, blaming its price decline and a lack of security because of that. interesting move.
Many wonder if it's because of its close relationship with nchain and BSVhttps://t.co/1LOCxhF8yP
— Koji Higashi (@Coin_and_Peace) April 16, 2019
“The BCH’s market capitalization has decreased significantly,” SBI wrote, adding that BCH blockchain was vulnerable to 51-percent attacks…
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