Delisting is the process of removing a commodity from a market. The asset's team or the asset itself may seek it or it may occur as a result of no longer meeting the listing conditions set forth by the exchange. There are many variables that could affect whether an exchange decides to delist an asset. Following is a list of some of these elements: overall dedication of the team to the project the nature and intensity of development activities stability of the project network or smart contracts Public relations efforts of the project team response to an exchange's due diligence inquiries Proof of unethical or dishonest behavior Whether the initiative is assisting in the development of a strong, long-lasting blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystem Other factors that the exchange considers make working with the project unpleasant or unsafe All of an asset's trading pairs are eliminated when it is delisted from an exchange. The asset will no longer be traded on the exchange that delisted it, but it may still be traded on other exchanges (such as decentralized exchanges) or through over-the-counter (OTC) trading. Asset withdrawals from the exchange will be available after the trading pairs connected to the delisted asset have been eliminated for a predetermined amount of time. As a result, even if trading is no longer possible on the site, consumers still have the opportunity to withdraw any existing monies that have been held on the exchange.