Mithril tweeted on Dec. 16, commenting on Binance’s announcement to delist MITH, and said that the MITH listing process required a 200,000 BNB deposit to Binance. Mithril said it has had “a long history of working with Binance since 2018,” donated to Binance Charity, and collaborated with other Binance initiatives.
The Mithril community requested that CEO at Binance, Changpeng Zhao (CZ), return the 200,000 BNB deposit so that Mithril can continue to operate.
CZ responded on Twitter and said he had reviewed the situation after seeing Mithril’s post. Within the response, CZ added an image of a clause in Mithril’s contract for “[Mithril’s] (and community) reference.
“We usually observe confidentiality, until you broke it. The insurance Deposit is there to encourage builders to continue to build.”
CZ said that the price of the MITH token was “way below the trigger levels,” and noted that both Mithril’s website was offline, and that Mithril hasn’t “tweeted or updated [their] community for almost 2 years.”
“I believe our team has made the right decision and acted fully within our right to do so.”