A cryptocurrency asset is delisted when it is removed from an exchange. When a project no longer meets the exchange’s initial listing requirements, it may be delisted. Lack of consistent trading volume, poor network and/or smart contract stability, evidence of fraudulent or risky behavior, lack of protocol development, non-existent business-to-customer communication, and a variety of other factors are all common reasons for delisting. When an asset is delisted from an exchange, it is no longer available for purchase or sale on the platform. A delisting is usually permanent, but in exceptional circumstances, a project’s asset may be relisted.