Bittrex is delisting Synergycoin

After a long silence from the developers Bittrex has announced it is delisting Synergycoin active on April 27
19 April 2018   1412

Bittrex Support desk has released an announcement stating the removal of BTC-SNRG market on April 27. SNRG is a token of cryptocurrency startup Synergy. The coin initially featured built-in TOR network anonymization, public transaction comments, dual key stealth addresses (a way to hide the receiver of a coin), blockchain notary (a tool for incorporating a PoE into the blockchain) and a long-term blockchain validation (using the SHA256d algorithm).

Judging by the relatively recent posts on the official coin forum (1 and 2) the development halted for an unknown period of time with no communication with the developers team representative. Bittrex was one of the top stakers of the coin, and that fact provided the price stability for some time. Since the situation has not changed since last pump (November, 2017), the coin will be delisted.

At the moment of publication, Synergy market parameters are as follows

  • Average price: $0.559445
  • Market cap: $2,005,214
  • Volume (24H): $17,086

Bittrex to Remove Maker Fee For Certain Accounts

This update are valid uptil July 3 to those, who showed monthly trading volume above $30k; also, exchange reported on the start of euro support "this summer"
13 June 2019   356

Bittrex Cryptocurrency Exchange temporarily lowered the maker fee (for placing a limit order) in pairs with the US dollar to zero, and the taker fee (ffor buying / selling the placed order) to 0.15%. These changes will be valid until July 3 for accounts that at least once showed a monthly trading volume above $ 30 thousand.

At the same time, other accounts that do not fall under the initial requirements may also apply for a reduction in fees.

Note that Bittrex launched such a campaign in honor of the announcement of an important event: the addition of support for the fiat euro this summer.

Earlier, Bittrex limited trading to 32 cryptocurrencies for US residen