StellarX prohibits traders from artificially altering the price of assets. If we notice suspicious activity surrounding a token (including wash trading, churning, spoofing, pumping and dumping, or any other form of market manipulation) we will disable trading of that token.
Likewise, if an issuer is artificially inflating the number of account holders (by creating or encouraging users to create multiple fake accounts, for instance), we will disable trading of their token.
We are on the lookout for manipulation regardless of where it originates, and will suspend tokens for unusual trading activity even if that activity wasn’t initiated in the StellarX interface.
We will also disable token trading if an issuer is spamming users via transaction memos, or by any other means. Unwanted messages undermine an issuer’s credibility, and are an annoyance to real users. If you send them, you’re creating a need to raise Stellar network transaction fees, which is bad for everybody.
Though a token is disabled on StellarX, other platforms and wallets might have different standards, and may still support it.