FTX Token FTT Fears Delisting, Token Plunges More than 97%

    TheMorningCrypto Desk
    TheMorningCrypto Desk
    Published on November 15, 2022 4:57 PM

    Updated on January 9, 2023 12:50 PM

    The exploitation of FTT by Alameda Research to make speculative bets on other cryptocurrencies and complicated financial products led to the company's downfall.
    FTX Token FTT Fears Delisting, Token Plunges More than 97%
    Source: coingape

    The decline of the FTX Token (FTT) raises concerns about the financial difficulties of crypto trading firm Alameda Research. It appears to have sparked a contagion that has driven down prices throughout digital asset markets.

    Alameda and FTX are part of billionaire Sam Bankman Fried's dwindling crypto empire. The FTX Token, or FTT as it is more often known, emerged in 2019, and a few years later, the digital currency was valued at about $80. Now as of writing this article, FTX has down almost 97% from its ATH, on a verge of pegging 100%.

    Binance has announced the closure of several trading pairs and contracts involving FTT, except one involving its stablecoin.

    In a similar event, KuCoin announced the coin's delisting via its Twitter account. In its formal notification, it stated that the FTT/USDT perpetual contract would be delisted on November 14th.

    Zipmex, Pionex, and Zebpay are among some more exchanges which are going to delist FTT and its related pairs.

    FTX Fiasco Leading to More Regulatory Activities

    FTX declared bankruptcy last Friday, just days after suspending withdrawals and a little more than a week after CoinDesk first reported that FTX sibling business Alameda Research's balance sheet had an unexpectedly significant quantity of FTT, an exchange token produced by FTX. FTX was "good," Bankman-Fried declared in answer to queries about the liquidity of his exchange, before a series of incidents revealed otherwise.

    As a result, the US Department of Justice, the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the Bahamas Securities Commission, and the Bahamas' Financial Crimes Investigation Branch all began or extended investigations into the company.

    Members of both political parties in the United States Congress have also called for additional action as a result of the collapse. Some politicians are even discussing scheduling hearings by the end of the year.

    The Falling FTT Candle

    According to a daily period analysis of the asset, FTT has lost approximately 97% of its value since the news of FTX's bankruptcy initially broke. According to the graphic, the currency dropped 75% of its value when the collapse began on November 8, and successive drops reached double digits.

    The relative strength index falls below 15 which shows a buying opportunity but fundamentally as the token is going to delist from major exchanges and the native token’s exchange platform going to be shut down, trading on FTT is highly risky.

    Source: Tradingview