WIP37:Delisting Some Assets to Ensure the Security of the Protocol

WIP37 Abstract

In this proposal, the core development team proposes to delist some assets on some chains, and elaborates on the criteria and motivations.

How to participate in the discussion?

Open this link: https://gov.wepiggy.com/t/topic/1245, register and log in the forum to participate in the discussion.

Everyone can propose their suggestions under the proposal.

The core development team will respond to some of the effective suggestions in the governance forum, and possibly make appropriate adjustments to the proposal to seek maximum consensus during the formal voting.

How to participate in the formal voting?

Formal voting is expected to begin at 15:00 UTC+8 on May, 19.
Voting period: 2 days

Then, please go to WePiggy’s governance voting system: https://vote.wepiggy.com/ to participate.

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