Binance takes action as Australian regulatory pressures increase, delisting a range of AUD trading pairs.
In response to the growing intensity of regulatory measures in Australia, cryptocurrency exchange Binance recently announced the delisting of several Australian dollar (AUD) trading pairs. The move comes as Binance seeks to ensure compliance with evolving regulations and maintain its commitment to providing a secure and compliant trading environment. With this delisting, Binance aims to streamline its offerings and focus on supporting assets that align with its compliance standards.
The affected trading pairs that have been delisted from the Binance platform include ADA/AUD, AUD/BUSD, AUD/USDT, BNB/AUD, BTC/AUD, DOGE/AUD, ETH/AUD, GALA/AUD, MATIC/AUD, SOL/AUD, and XRP/AUD. Prior to this announcement, Binance had already delisted several other AUD trading pairs, namely PE/AUD, AVAX/AUD, AXS/AUD, DOT/AUD, FTM/AUD, LINK/AUD, SAND/AUD, and SHIB/AUD.