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Binance Will Support the Flow (FLOW) and YOYOW (YOYO) Network Upgrades & Hard Forks


www.binance.com 14 September 2021 07:52, UTC
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Fellow Binancians,
Binance will support the Flow (FLOW) and YOYOW (YOYO) network upgrades & hard forks.
  • The Flow (FLOW) network upgrade & hard fork will take place at approximately 2021-09-15 15:00 (UTC). Deposits and withdrawals of FLOW will be suspended starting from approximately 2021-09-15 14:00 (UTC).
  • The YOYOW (YOYO) network upgrade & hard fork will take place at approximately 2021-09-15 02:00 (UTC). Deposits and withdrawals of YOYO will be suspended starting from approximately 2021-09-15 01:00 (UTC).
Please note:
  • The Flow (FLOW) network upgrade will take place at approximately 2021-09-15 15:00 (UTC). The estimated time is for users’ reference only and is subject to change depending on block propagation times.
  • The YOYOW (YOYO) network upgrade & hard fork will take place at approximately 2021-09-15 02:00 (UTC). The estimated time is for users’ reference only and is subject to change depending on block propagation times.
  • The trading of FLOW and YOYO will not be affected during the upgrades.
  • Binance will handle all technical requirements involved for all users holding FLOW and YOYO in their Binance accounts.
  • The Flow (FLOW) and YOYOW (YOYO) network upgrades & hard forks will not result in new tokens being created.
  • We will reopen deposits and withdrawals for FLOW and YOYO once we deem the upgraded networks to be stable, and we will not notify users in a further announcement.
For more information on the network upgrades & hard forks, please refer to the following:
  • Epochs Milestone B Rollout - 9/15/21
  • Upcoming Sporks Information about upcoming Mainnet & Testnet sporks
  • YOYOW Mainnet 3.0 will be Officially Released on September 15 in 2021
Risk warning: Cryptocurrency trading is subject to high market risk. Please make your trades cautiously. Binance will make best efforts to choose high-quality coins, but will not be responsible for your trading losses.

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