Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, is set to halt trading for six pairs, including BTC/AEUR and ETH/AEUR, effective July 5.

The decision, attributed to factors like poor liquidity, marks Binance's ongoing effort to streamline its trading offerings.

Despite delisting these pairs, Binance has introduced new ones such as WIF/BRL and ZK/USDC, although these are not accessible to users in specific restricted regions, including the United States and parts of Europe.

This move follows Binance's previous adjustments this year, including ceasing operations with pairs like ALPACA/BTC and NFP/TUSD, reflecting its strategic approach to managing trading pairs based on market conditions and regulatory considerations.