Good scouting - another recent one (Capstar) is also suspended.
Whereas, established ones that we know about recently due to LOIs or confirmed combinations - such as NFIN, OPES, GRAF, FEAC, CCXX, SPAQ, SHLL, etc. - are still tradable. To me at least, this suggests their commons are tradable as they’ve been listed long enough after their warrants and units to have all classes trading, as per the SEC IPO closure filings/PRs. And we therefore have to wait for the newer SPACs’ commons to be listed.
Once again though, this could just be coincidence, and I’m sure we’ll receive official word from 212 on the issue/rationale soon.