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Nash has announced its next live Quarterly Report event will take place via livestream, beginning at 6:00 pm (UTC +0) on Friday, February 7th, 2020. The theme of the Quarterly Report event will be Building and Iterating. Additionally, Nash has announced an impending delisting of the Travala (AVA) token.

Nash began hosting live quarterly reports in January 2019 to keep community members up to date with the progress achieved in the months prior. To date, each Quarterly Report event has been held in-person in a different country. Coverage of the previous Nash Quarterly Events events can be found in the list below:

Unlike its previous events, Nash will host its next Quarterly Report entirely online. The team states they intend to share a link to the livestream via their Twitter feed shortly before the event.

Nash community members can post their questions on the Nash Community forum Q4 2019 thread, which may be included in the ask me anything (AMA) portion of the Quarterly Report event.

AVA token delisting

On Wednesday, January 23rd, Nash Exchange closed all trading markets for the Travala (AVA) token. Further, once AVA migrate from the Neo blockchain to Binance Chain, Nash intends to delist AVA from its exchange platform.

Nash cited, “given the smart contract limitations of the network, we are currently unable to support the trading of BEP-2 tokens.”

In September 2019, Travala announced its plans to migrate to the Binance Chain.

In an AMA, a Travala representative stated, “there will be a very long runway” to swap NEP-5 AVA for the BEP-2 token standard. However, any NEP-5 AVA that is not swapped “within the defined timeline” will be burned if users do not migrate.

Currently, there are three options to swap NEP-5 AVA for BEP-2 AVA.

A link to submit questions to the Nash Quarterly Report AMA can be found at the link below:
https://community.nash.io/t/q4-quarterly-report-post-your-ama-questions-here/8177?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=nashsocial