Due to the surge in EMC2’s trading volume on the QIEX Exchange in early October, users told QIEX customer service staff that EMC2 has been temporarily suspended or delisted on other exchanges. This caused the attention of the QIEX team. After logging in to the EMC2 website, I learned that EMC2 is about to hard fork.
Everybody knows, hard forks are a major news that will cause fluctuations in market prices. Once the hard forks take effect, the market will react immediately. Before the hard fork occurs, the exchange must make a series of preparations in advance and inform all users at the first time.
On October 9, 2018, the QIEX team sent an email to EMC2 to communicate related issues. But so far, I have not received any response from EMC2.
Due to QIEX’s listing requirements, if the project party requires major events, the first time to send an email to QIEX.
Not only did EMC2 fail to comply with this requirement, but the QIEX official website email did not respond.
Based on the above, QIEX decided to delist EMC2 at 12:00 (UTC) on November 21, 2018, and stop all transactions in its trading pair. Withdrawn from QIEX, EMC2 will continue to receive support until December 21, 2018 at 12:00 (UTC).
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