Coinfloor, Britain’s longest-running crypto exchange, will delist Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash in January 2020, and says it will focus exclusively on Bitcoin. Per media outlet CoinDesk, the exchange’s CEO Obi Nwosu says Coinfloor said that the “unclear future of hard forks and the need for onerous technical support for the second biggest coin by market capitalization” sparked its ETH delisting move.
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