Hi everyone, good morning/afternoon/evening.
I hope you’ll have a good end of this crazy year.
Anyway, just a short post. I’ve been working on the Coinmarketcap Listing for Honey. Truly something I have never done before, but it was a good thing to work on.
Metaverde helped me with the richlist as I do not have any experience with blockscout yet.
I sent a request yesterday, 30.12.2020 and we already got listed as “untracked listing”.
In order to get properly listed we need to fulfill these 4 points:
- Leverage cryptography, consensus algorithms or distributed ledgers, peer-to-peer technology and/or smart contracts to function as a store of value, medium of exchange, unit of account, or decentralized application.
- Must have a functional website and block explorer. (I already submitted these info)
- Must be traded publicly, and actively traded on at least one (1) exchange (with material volume) that has tracked listing status on CoinMarketCap.
- Provide a representative from the project with whom we can establish open lines of communication for any clarifications.
I asked, anyway, for clarifications, and they replied to me:
Honeyswap’s page (https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/honeyswap/) must be completed. This is not something I worked on, so until this is not completed HNY won’t be properly listed.
I found the requirements for an exchange listing, which are:
1 A functional website with trading volume that matches its API data.
2 Must publish a summary API endpoint that exposes the last price and 24h volume of each cryptoasset.
2.1. See sample of an ideal API endpoints. Exchanges must include a variable for ‘type’ of market to help us distinguish derivatives (e.g. perpetual swaps, options, physically-delivered futures) from spot markets.
3 Must be in operation for at least sixty days (The number of days that affiliated exchanges/projects of the same name have been in operation counts towards this requirement).
4 Must allow traders to place buy and sell orders on an orderbook. DEXes with no orderbook data will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
5 Must allow users to view all market pairs/order books without the need to log-in to the website.
6 Must have direct URLs that display each asset unambiguously (full asset name and/or logo), preferably with a ‘System Status’ page that shows all listed assets.
7 Must be able to provide a representative from the exchange with whom we can establish open lines of communication for any clarifications.
8 Requests originating from emails that share the domain of the exchange will be prioritized.
Listing Criteria Here - Section (B) - 3
If anyone can, during the next days, work on Honeyswap’s listing, hopefully Honey’s submission will be considered quickly.
I’d like to finish wishing you a fantastic 2021, I am enjoying and learning a lot by keeping in touch with this community. I’m looking forward for what’s coming next for 1Hive.