PayCoin Delisted from ShapeShift.io amid Fraud Concerns

PayCoin Delisted from ShapeShift.io amid Fraud Concerns

Instant altcoin exchange ShapeShift.io chose to remove PayCoin from their platform. Today, altcoin exchangeShapeShift.io formally removed PayCoin (XPY), GAW CEO Josh Garza's controversial altcoin, from their list of accepted coins. Citing PayCoin's (alleged) broken promise to buy PayCoins at $20 each, ShapeShift considers PayCoin a fraud. Also read: Coin-Swap Retires Some Altcoins. PayCoin Delisted from ShapeShift.io. ShapeShift made the announcement in a Reddit post. They explain that they originally added the coin due to customer demand but decided to remove it after allegations that....


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