CEX.IO News Company updates

CEX.IO will delist XRP for US customers

, December 31, 2020

Following the recent Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) action against Ripple Labs, Inc., CEX.IO will delist XRP for US customers

The delisting process will be in accordance with the following schedule:

  • XRP deposits and trading will be suspended on January 14, 2021, at 00:00 EST time
  • All open XRP orders will be cancelled on January 21, 2021, at 00:00 EST time

XRP withdrawals for US customers will remain active at this time, pending further announcements.

For now, XRP trading, as well as deposits and withdrawals are available for CEX.IO customers from non-US countries. However, we will be closely monitoring the development of the litigation and adapt our actions accordingly.

CEX.IO is committed to our mission of being a main channel to the open financial system and offering a wide variety of crypto assets to our customers. Every asset is strictly evaluated against our Listing Policy considering such factors as the legislative framework, compliance, security, and more. We consider every decision to list or delist a certain asset on the CEX.IO platform very carefully. 

We will follow up with the additional information, if there is any, on our official social networks and by updating this blog post.



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