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De-listing Bitcoin Gold and Bitcoin SV

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Afternoon all, just an FYI:

 From 9pm (UK time) on 26 April 2019, we will no longer offer markets on Bitcoin Gold (BTG) and Bitcoin SV (BSV). This is in line with a number of major cryptocurrency exchanges, who have recently announced that they’ll be delisting the coins in the coming weeks – making them difficult to price accurately. 

 Please ensure that you log in and  close any positions on these markets before 26 April. Any positions still open at 9pm UK time on 26 April will be closed basis our prevailing bid/ask price.

Brief explanation - the exchanges & vault providers we use are gradually discontinuing their support for these tokens, making it increasingly difficult for us both to price the tokens accurately and to hedge our exposure to client trades. We've allowed closing trades only on both BTG & SV for some time, and intend to disable the markets completely as of this Friday. We have no plans to restrict/ discontinue trading on any other cryptocurrencies at this time.

I doubt many of you on the community will be affected, but any questions please get in touch.

Edited by Ludwik Chodzko-Zajko IG

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@Ludwik Chodzko-Zajko IG,

About time on Bitcoin Gold, it was due an exit from IG!

Mind you the chart for Bitcoin Gold is similar in terms of resenting trending as the others. Also it is cheaper to trade than the others, so it will be missed. LOL 😁

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