From time to time, exchanges make the decision to delist an asset. In these scenarios, the asset is removed from the exchange so it can no longer be traded.
Although this is not a decision that can be controlled by the Shrimpy team, we do provide ways for customers to see when an asset has been delisted from their exchange of choice.
The Shrimpy application provides indicators on the left side of the dashboard table to indicate the status of the asset. A green bar means the asset is available for trading, an orange bar means there are temporary issues with trading the asset, and a red bar means the asset has completely been removed from the exchange.
In the example image below, you can see that there are two green assets in the portfolio and two red assets. That means the two green assets (BUSD and USDT) are available for trading. However, the two red assets (3X Long Bitcoin Token and 3X Long Ethereum Token) have been delisted from the exchange.
When an asset is delisted from the exchange, that means you can no longer trade the asset through Shrimpy or even on the exchange. Trading has been removed for that asset.
If an asset in your portfolio has been removed, we recommend you take a few actions.
- Log into your exchange account and withdraw any remaining balance for the delisted asset.
- Remove the delisted asset from your Shrimpy automation. Since the asset cannot be traded any longer, Shrimpy will not trade the asset.
- Sign up for a new exchange that supports the delisted asset. Deposit the delisted asset to your new exchange account and don't forget to link your new exchange account to Shrimpy.
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