Digital Asset Exchange Poloniex has called out on opening up its application on listing new assets on the platform.
On Dec. 6 Poloniex announced that it will begin listing new assets regularly by early 2020.
We’re excited to open up our listing application again! We’ll begin listing new assets regularly in early 2020🚀 Fill out this form to get your asset on our shortlisthttps://t.co/j1VwHvbasx — Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) December 5, 2019
Blockchain firms looking at getting their project shortlisted need to specify whether their asset is security along with details on their project whitepaper, etc.
Poloniex reportedly has the highest trading volumes for crypto coins, especially altcoins. The exchange has been around since 2014 and is considered one of the early birds on the crypto market.
Poloniex Officially Acquires TRX Market
Poloniex now controls the largest decentralized exchange (DEX) on blockchain network Tron (TRX). On Nov. 29, Justin Sun, the CEO of Tron confirmed that Poloniex will now operate TRX Market under the new name “Poloni DEX.”
The largest decentralized exchange based on #TRON network, #TRXMarket was acquired by @Poloniex. https://t.co/qYGzyiBUAI — Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) November 29, 2019
Poloniex promised on long-term beneficial effects for Tron as a result of the takeover.
A blog post from Poloniex issued on Nov. 27 reads:
“To maintain the development of TRXMarket over the long term, the team has accepted an acquisition offer from Poloniex and will rebrand with the new name Poloni DEX, becoming a decentralized exchange under Poloniex. The official website has now changed to poloniex.org.”
Poloniex Delists DigiByte
The news is followed by Poloniex announcing the delisting of DigiByte token from the platform over allegedly failing to qualify on their listing standard.
After a careful review, we decided #DigiByte is not qualified per our listing standard. We will delist $DGB soon. Details to be announced. — Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) December 5, 2019
A string of criticisms made by DigiByte founder, Jared Tate was aimed at TRON founder and CEO Justin Sun over social media. The crypto community although critical of the inflammatory remarks suggested that the delisting could be linked to the critical tweets posted by Tate.