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CEXs Listing Criteria

CEXs Listing Criteria

To be listed on CEXs, tokens need an active community on social media and high trading volume.

Bitget’s project review criteria include:

  • Testnet participants
  • Successful IDO subscribers
  • Airdrop currency holders
  • Participation in on-chain tasks
  • Average views of inactive Twitter content
  • Number of Telegram or Discord communities
  • Average chats per hour on Telegram or Discord
  • Monthly website visits
  • Twitter space participants for community projects
  • Financing for non-community projects
  • Number of Telegram or Discord communities
  • Average chats per hour on Telegram or Discord
  • Monthly website visits
  • Number of chain addresses
  • Weekly on-chain transactions
  • Average on-chain interactions per hour
  • 24-hour DEX trading volume (excluding DEX projects)

Criteria for Listing on CEXs

To get your digital asset or token listed and traded on our CEXs, it needs to meet our listing criteria, which are as follows:

1. Token Issuer:

  • CEXs will check the legal entity information of the issuer, including name, registration details, country of operation, and articles of association.
  • They’ll assess any risks, including money laundering and terrorist financing.
  • They’ll look for any adverse information about the token issuer.

2. CDD AML/CFT:

  • CEXs will need information on directors, beneficial owners, and partners to check against their anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing standards.
  • They’ll check for any adverse information about them.
  • They’ll review the token issuer’s CDD AML/CFT policy and ensure it aligns with FATF standards.

3. Legal Characteristic:

  • CEXs will examine any anonymity elements of the proposed digital asset.
  • They’ll require a valid legal opinion from a reputable advisor regarding the asset’s legal status based on Singaporean laws and regulations.

4. Commercial Viability:

  • CEXs will assess the asset’s business model, tokenomics, track record, and future plans.
  • They’ll review the issuer’s resources, talents, and partnerships.

5. Technical Capability:

  • CEXs will check the team’s technical outputs, contributions to development communities, and technical milestones.
  • They may require audit reports for smart contracts.

6. Market Demand:

  • CEXs will evaluate the asset’s trading liquidity and market performance.
  • They’ll gather information from reliable sources and communities.

7. Token Supply:

  • CEXs will review minting and lock-up schedules to assess future supply risks.
  • They’ll check for alignment between key stakeholders and the asset’s commercial viability.

8. Listing Status:

  • CEXs will review the asset’s current listing status, including exchanges where it’s traded and trading volume.
  • They’ll assess the reputation and practices of other exchanges.

9. Communication Transparency:

  • CEXs will examine the asset’s official communication channels for recent developments and transparency.
  • They’ll analyze information from reliable sources for any adverse information and remedial measures.

10. Community Engagement:

CEXs will evaluate the level of engagement and support from the community towards the proposed digital asset. They’ll assess factors such as community size, activity, and sentiment towards the project.

For listing inquiries:

Please contact CEXs on Telegram @CoinListingService, providing the following information:

  • Project Name
  • Issuing Entity Information
  • Token Information
  • Token Sales Details
  • Official Website and Whitepaper
  • Development Community Information

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