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WEMIX token plunges 70% after it's delisted by Korean exchanges

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South Korea’s largest crypto exchanges have announced they will delist WEMIX (WEMIX) — the native token of gaming company Wemade’s blockchain platform Wemix — alleging the firm provided “false information” in response to an investment warning it was issued.Bithumb, Upbeat, Coinone, Korbit and Gopax — which are part of a collective called the Digital Asset eXchange Alliance (DAXA) — announced on Nov.

24 that they would terminate contract support for WEMIX, with trading set to end on Dec. 8.In the investment warning issued Oct.

27, DAXA alleged that there was considerably more WEMIX in circulation than Wemix had disclosed, and Wemix had pledged to work with DAXA to alleviate these concerns.After news of the decision to delist broke, WEMIX Communication released a statement claiming it had sincerely responded to requests and concerns raised by DAXA and corrected a number of issues where they believe the circulating supply had been overstated the group, adding:The price of WEMIX plummeted following the news, and at the time of writing is down 70.8% with a current price of $0.476.The CEO of Wemade Henry Chang has reportedly invested his monthly salary into the WEMIX token eight times, including purchasing 18,928 WEMIX Classic with October salary this year.

Wemade is best known for its hit franchise The Legend of Mir which peaked at over 200 million sign ups and includes one of the world’s most popular blockchain games, Mir 4.

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