How can I remove an application from Ethereum 2.0?
When Ethereum is delisted, it means that the asset or token is no longer supported on the Ethereum network and can no longer be traded or transferred on the blockchain. For owners of the delisted asset or token, they may need to take action, such as converting or transferring their holdings to a new network or asset, depending on the circumstances surrounding the delisting. With the upcoming Ethereum 2.0 upgrade, various improvements to the network and protocol are expected, and it remains to be seen how this will affect the listing and delisting of assets on the Ethereum blockchain.
Release time 2023 06 04