Privacy coins slide following Bittrex delisting

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Monero (XMR), Zcash (ZEC), and Dash (DASH) are all down double-digit percentages following an announcement that U.S. cryptocurrency exchange Bittrex will be delisting the privacy coins on January 15.

According to Bittrex, while the exchange "generally seeks to provide users up to 30 days to withdraw any delisted tokens... in certain instances the withdrawal period may be shortened."

Bittrex has not provided details on what led to the delisting of the privacy coins. At the time of this post, XMR is down 12.34%, ZEC is down 11.24%, and DASH is down 10.45% over a 24-hour period.

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