Why are deposits & withdrawals of a digital currency disabled?
Why are deposits & withdrawals of a digital currency disabled? Why are deposits & withdrawals of a digital currency disabled?

Why are deposits & withdrawals of a digital currency disabled?

When the "Deposit" and "Withdraw" functions are disabled, this can be due to one of the following reasons:

  • Updates taking place on the blockchain of the digital currency in question.
  • Maintenance on the Bitvavo network that makes withdrawals and deposits impossible.
  • The digital currency is trading only and in "trade-only" mode. 

Updates/maintenance

When a node is being updated or there is maintenance, deposits and withdrawals for this crypto can be disabled.

You will then see the following message when you try to deposit or withdraw a digital currency:

 

After maintenance has been performed, the node in question must synchronize with the blockchain. Unfortunately, we cannot speed up this process. 

In many cases, deposits and withdrawals are only disabled temporarily, and you can deposit and/or withdraw the desired digital currency again within a few days.
Deposits made right before or during maintenance will be automatically credited after the maintenance is finished.

You can check the real-time status of our APIs and assets on our status page

Trade-only

Certain assets are trading only and are in "trade-only" mode. The automation and implementation of the full wallet architecture of this currency are not yet completed. This means that you can buy and sell, but not yet deposit, withdraw, or stake this currency.

Unfortunately, we cannot give an update about when these assets will be available for deposit and withdrawal.

Which assets are trade-only?

Here is the complete list of current trade-only assets:

Arweave (AR)
Acala Token (ACA)
Astar (ASTR)
Celo (CELO)
Nervos Network (CKB)
Dymension (DYM)
Enjin (ENJ)
Filecoin (FIL)
Flow (FLOW)
Just (JST)
Kava (KAVA)
Kadena (KDA)
Klaytn (KLAY)
Mina (MINA)
Notcoin (NOT)
Harmony (ONE)
Ordinals (ORDI)
Polymesh (POLYX)
Raydium (RAY)
Ronin (RON)
Sei (SEI)
Stratis (STRAX)
Stacks (STX)
Solar (SXP)
Syscoin (SYS)
Theta Network (THETA)
Wormhole (W)

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