AFIN will be delisted from Zipmex on 28th January 2022

January 21, 2022

We are delisting AFINUSDT from Zipmex on 28th January 2022. Users can liquidate against the pairings, or withdraw their tokens prior to the delisting date from at 13:00 (UTC+7) on 28th January 2022.

Please see details below:

• AFIN withdrawals will be closed at 13:00 on 28th January 2022 (UTC+7).

• AFIN trading (AFIN/USDT) will be disabled at 13:00 on 28th January 2022 (UTC+7).

Important to note:

1. Open orders – it is recommended that users cancel AFIN pending orders in advance. Once the trading pair (for example, AFIN/USDT) is removed, users’ pending orders will be cancelled by the system. All open orders will be cancelled during delisting.

2. Unliquidated balances – please note that if you have not liquidated your AFIN balance post-28th Jan 2022, Zipmex will replace it with an equivalent amount of USDT based on its average closing price for the previous 7 days. 

To ensure a smooth transition of your assets, please take action as soon as possible.

Please contact our support team if you have any questions at [email protected]. Thank you for your understanding.

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