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#26 2023-08-16 22:27:28

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

Kelechi;20398 wrote:

I would love to trade CRP on popular exchanges with more trading pairs is there any chance of seeing CRP crypton getting listed on other exchanges.

Several factors contribute to a cryptocurrency being listed on popular exchanges and one of them lately is paying huge listing fees.

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#27 2023-08-16 23:42:17

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

full;20457 wrote:
Kelechi;20398 wrote:

I would love to trade CRP on popular exchanges with more trading pairs is there any chance of seeing CRP crypton getting listed on other exchanges.

Several factors contribute to a cryptocurrency being listed on popular exchanges and one of them lately is paying huge listing fees.

Some exchanges often look for cryptocurrencies with significant market capitalization and trading volume.

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#28 2023-08-16 23:42:50

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

joanna;20516 wrote:
full;20457 wrote:
Kelechi;20398 wrote:

I would love to trade CRP on popular exchanges with more trading pairs is there any chance of seeing CRP crypton getting listed on other exchanges.

Several factors contribute to a cryptocurrency being listed on popular exchanges and one of them lately is paying huge listing fees.

Some exchanges often look for cryptocurrencies with significant market capitalization and trading volume.

Yes, the cryptocurrencies that demonstrate high liquidity and active trading are more likely to be listed on popular exchanges, as they attract more users and provide a more active marketplace.

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#29 2023-08-16 23:43:14

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

oba;20517 wrote:
joanna;20516 wrote:
full;20457 wrote:

Several factors contribute to a cryptocurrency being listed on popular exchanges and one of them lately is paying huge listing fees.

Some exchanges often look for cryptocurrencies with significant market capitalization and trading volume.

Yes, the cryptocurrencies that demonstrate high liquidity and active trading are more likely to be listed on popular exchanges, as they attract more users and provide a more active marketplace.

Exchanges typically assess the credibility, reliability, and reputation of the project behind a cryptocurrency.

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#30 2023-08-16 23:43:36

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

thrive;20518 wrote:
oba;20517 wrote:
joanna;20516 wrote:

Some exchanges often look for cryptocurrencies with significant market capitalization and trading volume.

Yes, the cryptocurrencies that demonstrate high liquidity and active trading are more likely to be listed on popular exchanges, as they attract more users and provide a more active marketplace.

Exchanges typically assess the credibility, reliability, and reputation of the project behind a cryptocurrency.

They may evaluate factors such as the project's history, the credentials of the team members, their previous experiences, partnerships, and community support.

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#31 2023-08-16 23:44:01

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

Vastextension;20519 wrote:
thrive;20518 wrote:
oba;20517 wrote:

Yes, the cryptocurrencies that demonstrate high liquidity and active trading are more likely to be listed on popular exchanges, as they attract more users and provide a more active marketplace.

Exchanges typically assess the credibility, reliability, and reputation of the project behind a cryptocurrency.

They may evaluate factors such as the project's history, the credentials of the team members, their previous experiences, partnerships, and community support.

A trustworthy project with a solid track record is more likely to be considered for listing on the popular exchange.

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#32 2023-08-16 23:44:21

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

level;20520 wrote:
Vastextension;20519 wrote:
thrive;20518 wrote:

Exchanges typically assess the credibility, reliability, and reputation of the project behind a cryptocurrency.

They may evaluate factors such as the project's history, the credentials of the team members, their previous experiences, partnerships, and community support.

A trustworthy project with a solid track record is more likely to be considered for listing on the popular exchange.

Compliance with relevant regulations and legal requirements is crucial for exchanges, especially those operating in regulated jurisdictions.

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#33 2023-08-16 23:45:07

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

joanna;20521 wrote:
level;20520 wrote:
Vastextension;20519 wrote:

They may evaluate factors such as the project's history, the credentials of the team members, their previous experiences, partnerships, and community support.

A trustworthy project with a solid track record is more likely to be considered for listing on the popular exchange.

Compliance with relevant regulations and legal requirements is crucial for exchanges, especially those operating in regulated jurisdictions.

Cryptocurrencies that have addressed compliance-related issues, have sound anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) procedures and demonstrate adherence to regulatory guidelines are more likely to be listed on reputable exchanges.

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#34 2023-08-16 23:45:31

thrive
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Posts: 2,297

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

oba;20522 wrote:
joanna;20521 wrote:
level;20520 wrote:

A trustworthy project with a solid track record is more likely to be considered for listing on the popular exchange.

Compliance with relevant regulations and legal requirements is crucial for exchanges, especially those operating in regulated jurisdictions.

Cryptocurrencies that have addressed compliance-related issues, have sound anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) procedures and demonstrate adherence to regulatory guidelines are more likely to be listed on reputable exchanges.

I think this is the reason why some people believe Binance can not list Crypton coin based on it being a privacy cryptocurrency.

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#35 2023-08-16 23:45:53

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

thrive;20523 wrote:
oba;20522 wrote:
joanna;20521 wrote:

Compliance with relevant regulations and legal requirements is crucial for exchanges, especially those operating in regulated jurisdictions.

Cryptocurrencies that have addressed compliance-related issues, have sound anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) procedures and demonstrate adherence to regulatory guidelines are more likely to be listed on reputable exchanges.

I think this is the reason why some people believe Binance can not list Crypton coin based on it being a privacy cryptocurrency.

Some exchanges often assess the uniqueness and technical advancements of a cryptocurrency's underlying technology.

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#36 2023-08-16 23:46:22

level
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Posts: 1,555

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

Vastextension;20524 wrote:
thrive;20523 wrote:
oba;20522 wrote:

Cryptocurrencies that have addressed compliance-related issues, have sound anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) procedures and demonstrate adherence to regulatory guidelines are more likely to be listed on reputable exchanges.

I think this is the reason why some people believe Binance can not list Crypton coin based on it being a privacy cryptocurrency.

Some exchanges often assess the uniqueness and technical advancements of a cryptocurrency's underlying technology.

Projects that introduce novel concepts, offer innovative solutions and demonstrate a robust and secure architecture are more likely to attract the attention of exchanges.

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#37 2023-08-16 23:46:42

joanna
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Posts: 3,033

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

level;20526 wrote:
Vastextension;20524 wrote:
thrive;20523 wrote:

I think this is the reason why some people believe Binance can not list Crypton coin based on it being a privacy cryptocurrency.

Some exchanges often assess the uniqueness and technical advancements of a cryptocurrency's underlying technology.

Projects that introduce novel concepts, offer innovative solutions and demonstrate a robust and secure architecture are more likely to attract the attention of exchanges.

We have exchanges that consider the market demand for a cryptocurrency.

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#38 2023-08-16 23:47:06

oba
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Posts: 1,858

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

joanna;20527 wrote:
level;20526 wrote:
Vastextension;20524 wrote:

Some exchanges often assess the uniqueness and technical advancements of a cryptocurrency's underlying technology.

Projects that introduce novel concepts, offer innovative solutions and demonstrate a robust and secure architecture are more likely to attract the attention of exchanges.

We have exchanges that consider the market demand for a cryptocurrency.

If there is significant user demand, community support, or a strong user base interested in trading a particular cryptocurrency, exchanges are more likely to consider listing it.

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#39 2023-08-16 23:47:28

thrive
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Posts: 2,297

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

oba;20528 wrote:
joanna;20527 wrote:
level;20526 wrote:

Projects that introduce novel concepts, offer innovative solutions and demonstrate a robust and secure architecture are more likely to attract the attention of exchanges.

We have exchanges that consider the market demand for a cryptocurrency.

If there is significant user demand, community support, or a strong user base interested in trading a particular cryptocurrency, exchanges are more likely to consider listing it.

This demand can be influenced by various factors, including media coverage, partnerships, use cases, and market sentiment.

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#40 2023-08-16 23:48:07

Vastextension
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Registered: 2022-11-19
Posts: 2,285

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

thrive;20529 wrote:
oba;20528 wrote:
joanna;20527 wrote:

We have exchanges that consider the market demand for a cryptocurrency.

If there is significant user demand, community support, or a strong user base interested in trading a particular cryptocurrency, exchanges are more likely to consider listing it.

This demand can be influenced by various factors, including media coverage, partnerships, use cases, and market sentiment.

Some exchanges require listing fees in exchange for listing a cryptocurrency. The fees charged may vary depending on the exchange's popularity and the services provided.

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#41 2023-08-16 23:48:46

level
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Posts: 1,555

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

Vastextension;20530 wrote:
thrive;20529 wrote:
oba;20528 wrote:

If there is significant user demand, community support, or a strong user base interested in trading a particular cryptocurrency, exchanges are more likely to consider listing it.

This demand can be influenced by various factors, including media coverage, partnerships, use cases, and market sentiment.

Some exchanges require listing fees in exchange for listing a cryptocurrency. The fees charged may vary depending on the exchange's popularity and the services provided.

Additionally, partnerships between projects and exchanges can influence the listing decision, as collaborations can enhance the visibility and credibility of both parties.

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#42 2023-08-16 23:49:24

joanna
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Registered: 2023-01-10
Posts: 3,033

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

level;20531 wrote:
Vastextension;20530 wrote:
thrive;20529 wrote:

This demand can be influenced by various factors, including media coverage, partnerships, use cases, and market sentiment.

Some exchanges require listing fees in exchange for listing a cryptocurrency. The fees charged may vary depending on the exchange's popularity and the services provided.

Additionally, partnerships between projects and exchanges can influence the listing decision, as collaborations can enhance the visibility and credibility of both parties.

It is important to note that each exchange has its own set of listing criteria and evaluation processes. Meeting these criteria may increase the chances of a cryptocurrency being listed, but it does not guarantee automatic inclusion on popular exchanges.

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#43 2023-08-16 23:50:16

oba
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Posts: 1,858

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

joanna;20533 wrote:
level;20531 wrote:
Vastextension;20530 wrote:

Some exchanges require listing fees in exchange for listing a cryptocurrency. The fees charged may vary depending on the exchange's popularity and the services provided.

Additionally, partnerships between projects and exchanges can influence the listing decision, as collaborations can enhance the visibility and credibility of both parties.

It is important to note that each exchange has its own set of listing criteria and evaluation processes. Meeting these criteria may increase the chances of a cryptocurrency being listed, but it does not guarantee automatic inclusion on popular exchanges.

Ultimately, exchanges assess multiple factors to determine which cryptocurrencies to list, aiming to provide a diverse and secure selection of trading options for their users.

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#44 2023-08-17 19:15:19

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

oba;20534 wrote:
joanna;20533 wrote:
level;20531 wrote:

Additionally, partnerships between projects and exchanges can influence the listing decision, as collaborations can enhance the visibility and credibility of both parties.

It is important to note that each exchange has its own set of listing criteria and evaluation processes. Meeting these criteria may increase the chances of a cryptocurrency being listed, but it does not guarantee automatic inclusion on popular exchanges.

Ultimately, exchanges assess multiple factors to determine which cryptocurrencies to list, aiming to provide a diverse and secure selection of trading options for their users.

Well some coins project pays exchanges so that they can list their coin on such exchanges although I think it's crazy but this is happening for real in cryptocurrency.

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#45 2023-12-29 00:35:46

joanna
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Posts: 3,033

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

CrytoCynthia;20539 wrote:
oba;20534 wrote:
joanna;20533 wrote:

It is important to note that each exchange has its own set of listing criteria and evaluation processes. Meeting these criteria may increase the chances of a cryptocurrency being listed, but it does not guarantee automatic inclusion on popular exchanges.

Ultimately, exchanges assess multiple factors to determine which cryptocurrencies to list, aiming to provide a diverse and secure selection of trading options for their users.

Well some coins project pays exchanges so that they can list their coin on such exchanges although I think it's crazy but this is happening for real in cryptocurrency.

The idea of cryptocurrency projects paying exchanges to get listed is controversial and has been a topic of debate within the crypto community.

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#46 2023-12-29 00:36:02

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Registered: 2023-01-25
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Re: I traded 200 CRPs to USDT and then transfered them to the wrong layer

joanna;28578 wrote:
CrytoCynthia;20539 wrote:
oba;20534 wrote:

Ultimately, exchanges assess multiple factors to determine which cryptocurrencies to list, aiming to provide a diverse and secure selection of trading options for their users.

Well some coins project pays exchanges so that they can list their coin on such exchanges although I think it's crazy but this is happening for real in cryptocurrency.

The idea of cryptocurrency projects paying exchanges to get listed is controversial and has been a topic of debate within the crypto community.

For cryptocurrency projects, getting listed on popular exchanges can increase visibility, liquidity, and accessibility to potential investors and traders.

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#47 2023-12-29 00:36:25

oba
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Posts: 1,858

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

IyaJJJ;28579 wrote:
joanna;28578 wrote:
CrytoCynthia;20539 wrote:

Well some coins project pays exchanges so that they can list their coin on such exchanges although I think it's crazy but this is happening for real in cryptocurrency.

The idea of cryptocurrency projects paying exchanges to get listed is controversial and has been a topic of debate within the crypto community.

For cryptocurrency projects, getting listed on popular exchanges can increase visibility, liquidity, and accessibility to potential investors and traders.

Paying listing fees can be viewed as an investment in the project's exposure and market reach.

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#48 2023-12-29 00:36:51

thrive
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Registered: 2023-01-04
Posts: 2,297

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

oba;28580 wrote:
IyaJJJ;28579 wrote:
joanna;28578 wrote:

The idea of cryptocurrency projects paying exchanges to get listed is controversial and has been a topic of debate within the crypto community.

For cryptocurrency projects, getting listed on popular exchanges can increase visibility, liquidity, and accessibility to potential investors and traders.

Paying listing fees can be viewed as an investment in the project's exposure and market reach.

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.

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#49 2023-12-29 00:37:16

Vastextension
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Posts: 2,285

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

thrive;28581 wrote:
oba;28580 wrote:
IyaJJJ;28579 wrote:

For cryptocurrency projects, getting listed on popular exchanges can increase visibility, liquidity, and accessibility to potential investors and traders.

Paying listing fees can be viewed as an investment in the project's exposure and market reach.

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.

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#50 2023-12-29 00:37:33

level
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Posts: 1,555

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

Vastextension;28582 wrote:
thrive;28581 wrote:
oba;28580 wrote:

Paying listing fees can be viewed as an investment in the project's exposure and market reach.

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.

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