Digital asset agency Bakkt has dropped 25 of the 36 crypto tokens listed on its lately acquired buying and selling platform Apex Crypto.

A spokeswoman for the corporate instructed Cointelegraph on Might 12 that the choice was “a part of our common coin itemizing assessment course of,” and added that:

“Our purchasers’ and their shoppers’ finest pursuits are our core dedication, and our assessment course of ensures these pursuits are finest served once we ponder probably the most up-to-date regulatory steering and the most recent trade developments.”

Additional particulars are sparse at this stage, nonetheless many of the dropped tokens are tied to in style decentralized finance and nonfungible token ecosystems.

The delisted tokens embrace: Aave (AAVE), ApeCoin (APE), Avalanche (AVAX), Bancor Community Token (BNT), Primary Consideration Token (BAT), Chainlink (LINK), Chiliz (CHZ), Compound Token (COMP), Cosmos (ATOM), Curve DAO (CRV), Enjin Coin (ENJ), Fantom (FTM), Filecoin (FIL), GALA (GALA), The Graph (GRT), Web Laptop (ICP), Loopring (LRC), Maker DAO (MKR), Republic (REN), Stellar (XLM), Sushiswap (SUSHI), Synthetix (SNX), Texos (XTZ), Uniswap (UNI) and Yearn Finance (YFI).

Bakkt announced plans to acquire the unprofitable Apex Crypto in November to realize a higher toehold within the fintech market that Apex catered to. Apex Crypto, a so-called “turnkey” service carries out execution, clearing, custody, value foundation and tax providers for five million prospects by way of 30 fintech prospects. Bakkt completed the acquisition in April for $55 million in money and $145 million in inventory.

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Bakkt acquired a broker-dealer license from Bumped Monetary in February, it disclosed in a monetary assertion.

In March, Bakkt shut down its retail-oriented app that provided crypto buying and selling, loyalty rewards and reward playing cards, saying it might think about B2B operations. Bakkt acknowledged on the time that it might present crypto and loyalty to companies by way of SaaS and API options.

Bakkt is majority owned by Intercontinental Change, which additionally owns the New York Inventory Change. Its inventory closed down 7% on Might 12. 

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