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#51 2023-12-29 00:37:50

joanna
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Registered: 2023-01-10
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Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

level;28583 wrote:
Vastextension;28582 wrote:
thrive;28581 wrote:

Critics argue that paying listing fees can create an uneven playing field, as it favors projects with larger budgets while potentially excluding promising projects with limited resources.

This can lead to a disproportionate influence of well-funded projects and hinder opportunities for smaller or grassroots projects.

Some argue that exchanges charging listing fees perform due diligence and quality control, as they may vet projects before listing them.

Although the effectiveness of this vetting process can vary, it is suggested that listing fees can act as a barrier to block scams or poorly developed projects.

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#52 2023-12-29 00:38:07

IyaJJJ
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Registered: 2023-01-25
Posts: 1,532

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

joanna;28584 wrote:
level;28583 wrote:
Vastextension;28582 wrote:

This can lead to a disproportionate influence of well-funded projects and hinder opportunities for smaller or grassroots projects.

Some argue that exchanges charging listing fees perform due diligence and quality control, as they may vet projects before listing them.

Although the effectiveness of this vetting process can vary, it is suggested that listing fees can act as a barrier to block scams or poorly developed projects.

While paying listing fees is a common way for projects to get listed on popular exchanges, there are alternative methods available.

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#53 2023-12-29 00:38:22

oba
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Registered: 2023-01-13
Posts: 1,858

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

IyaJJJ;28585 wrote:
joanna;28584 wrote:
level;28583 wrote:

Some argue that exchanges charging listing fees perform due diligence and quality control, as they may vet projects before listing them.

Although the effectiveness of this vetting process can vary, it is suggested that listing fees can act as a barrier to block scams or poorly developed projects.

While paying listing fees is a common way for projects to get listed on popular exchanges, there are alternative methods available.

Some exchanges employ community voting mechanisms or listing competitions, where users and token holders can participate in the decision-making process without direct payments involved.

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#54 2023-12-29 00:38:39

thrive
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Registered: 2023-01-04
Posts: 1,974

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

oba;28586 wrote:
IyaJJJ;28585 wrote:
joanna;28584 wrote:

Although the effectiveness of this vetting process can vary, it is suggested that listing fees can act as a barrier to block scams or poorly developed projects.

While paying listing fees is a common way for projects to get listed on popular exchanges, there are alternative methods available.

Some exchanges employ community voting mechanisms or listing competitions, where users and token holders can participate in the decision-making process without direct payments involved.

DEXs operate on blockchain networks, allowing for peer-to-peer trading without a centralized intermediary. They provide an alternative to paying listing fees as the listing process is typically more open and accessible.

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#55 2023-12-29 00:38:55

Vastextension
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Registered: 2022-11-19
Posts: 1,920

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

thrive;28587 wrote:
oba;28586 wrote:
IyaJJJ;28585 wrote:

While paying listing fees is a common way for projects to get listed on popular exchanges, there are alternative methods available.

Some exchanges employ community voting mechanisms or listing competitions, where users and token holders can participate in the decision-making process without direct payments involved.

DEXs operate on blockchain networks, allowing for peer-to-peer trading without a centralized intermediary. They provide an alternative to paying listing fees as the listing process is typically more open and accessible.

However, DEXs often face liquidity challenges and limited user adoption compared to centralized exchanges.

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#56 2023-12-29 00:39:12

level
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Registered: 2023-01-19
Posts: 1,263

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

Vastextension;28588 wrote:
thrive;28587 wrote:
oba;28586 wrote:

Some exchanges employ community voting mechanisms or listing competitions, where users and token holders can participate in the decision-making process without direct payments involved.

DEXs operate on blockchain networks, allowing for peer-to-peer trading without a centralized intermediary. They provide an alternative to paying listing fees as the listing process is typically more open and accessible.

However, DEXs often face liquidity challenges and limited user adoption compared to centralized exchanges.

To get listed on exchanges without paying fees, crypto projects can build a strong and engaged community can help garner attention and support for a project. This, in turn, may attract the interest of exchanges.

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#57 2023-12-29 00:39:27

joanna
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Registered: 2023-01-10
Posts: 2,284

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

level;28589 wrote:
Vastextension;28588 wrote:
thrive;28587 wrote:

DEXs operate on blockchain networks, allowing for peer-to-peer trading without a centralized intermediary. They provide an alternative to paying listing fees as the listing process is typically more open and accessible.

However, DEXs often face liquidity challenges and limited user adoption compared to centralized exchanges.

To get listed on exchanges without paying fees, crypto projects can build a strong and engaged community can help garner attention and support for a project. This, in turn, may attract the interest of exchanges.

Establishing partnerships with existing projects within the crypto ecosystem can increase visibility and credibility, potentially increasing the likelihood of being listed on exchanges.

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#58 2023-12-29 00:39:50

IyaJJJ
Member
Registered: 2023-01-25
Posts: 1,532

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

joanna;28590 wrote:
level;28589 wrote:
Vastextension;28588 wrote:

However, DEXs often face liquidity challenges and limited user adoption compared to centralized exchanges.

To get listed on exchanges without paying fees, crypto projects can build a strong and engaged community can help garner attention and support for a project. This, in turn, may attract the interest of exchanges.

Establishing partnerships with existing projects within the crypto ecosystem can increase visibility and credibility, potentially increasing the likelihood of being listed on exchanges.

Demonstrating the viability, unique features, and potential impact of the project can make it more appealing to exchanges, which may consider listing it based on its merits rather than the payment of a fee.

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#59 2023-12-29 00:40:06

oba
Member
Registered: 2023-01-13
Posts: 1,858

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

IyaJJJ;28591 wrote:
joanna;28590 wrote:
level;28589 wrote:

To get listed on exchanges without paying fees, crypto projects can build a strong and engaged community can help garner attention and support for a project. This, in turn, may attract the interest of exchanges.

Establishing partnerships with existing projects within the crypto ecosystem can increase visibility and credibility, potentially increasing the likelihood of being listed on exchanges.

Demonstrating the viability, unique features, and potential impact of the project can make it more appealing to exchanges, which may consider listing it based on its merits rather than the payment of a fee.

Some projects choose to create and operate their own exchanges, allowing them to bypass the need to pay listing fees to external platforms.

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#60 2023-12-29 00:40:26

thrive
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Registered: 2023-01-04
Posts: 1,974

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

oba;28592 wrote:
IyaJJJ;28591 wrote:
joanna;28590 wrote:

Establishing partnerships with existing projects within the crypto ecosystem can increase visibility and credibility, potentially increasing the likelihood of being listed on exchanges.

Demonstrating the viability, unique features, and potential impact of the project can make it more appealing to exchanges, which may consider listing it based on its merits rather than the payment of a fee.

Some projects choose to create and operate their own exchanges, allowing them to bypass the need to pay listing fees to external platforms.

While this requires substantial resources and regulatory compliance, it gives the project greater control over the listing process.

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#61 2023-12-29 00:40:47

Vastextension
Member
Registered: 2022-11-19
Posts: 1,920

Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

thrive;28593 wrote:
oba;28592 wrote:
IyaJJJ;28591 wrote:

Demonstrating the viability, unique features, and potential impact of the project can make it more appealing to exchanges, which may consider listing it based on its merits rather than the payment of a fee.

Some projects choose to create and operate their own exchanges, allowing them to bypass the need to pay listing fees to external platforms.

While this requires substantial resources and regulatory compliance, it gives the project greater control over the listing process.

The decision to pay a listing fee or explore alternative listing methods depends on the goals, resources, and values of the crypto project, as well as the specific circumstances surrounding the exchanges and the broader crypto market.

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