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October 31, 2017, 11:36:44 AM
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If an ICO project is created using the Waves network, then it is already expected that their token will be added on the Waves DEX. Nonetheless, it is still up to the developers of the ICO if they wish to list it on other exchanges or not. But most of them, based on what I noticed, just stick to Waves DEX while the small portion of them tries to register their tokens on low volume crypto exchanges like Tidex, for example.

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October 31, 2017, 01:42:50 PM
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Which exchanges support waves tokens? I mean, for the planned ICO, when the token will be a waves token, I wuold like to make support of exchanges as fast as possible. Which exchanges would you recommend for initial talks as those "noble"?

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October 31, 2017, 01:58:02 PM
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So you want to create an ico project by using a waves based tokens, like the person above says waves dex is the right choice to do ico. If your ico are successful and want to be traded in other exchanges, I think cryptopia is the right choice because cryptopia is very familiar with tokens based waves

thank you, we made a pre-ann and ico will be on dex. thanks for your information all, they helped in decision (waves vs. eth).

a tip - most of the exchanges do listing for 2-4 btc/month!
Mate please tell me that you're joking, I don't know anything about your own project and ICO but most of them are looking to collect that much for

Themselves, I know they raise much more but their development team usually wants to keep something between 4-6 Bitcoins as their own dev fee.

Exchanges not only charge people with trading fees, they also want a crazy amount like 2-4 Btc each month?














 

 

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October 31, 2017, 03:06:51 PM
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So you want to create an ico project by using a waves based tokens, like the person above says waves dex is the right choice to do ico. If your ico are successful and want to be traded in other exchanges, I think cryptopia is the right choice because cryptopia is very familiar with tokens based waves

thank you, we made a pre-ann and ico will be on dex. thanks for your information all, they helped in decision (waves vs. eth).

a tip - most of the exchanges do listing for 2-4 btc/month!
Mate please tell me that you're joking, I don't know anything about your own project and ICO but most of them are looking to collect that much for

Themselves, I know they raise much more but their development team usually wants to keep something between 4-6 Bitcoins as their own dev fee.

Exchanges not only charge people with trading fees, they also want a crazy amount like 2-4 Btc each month?

Big ones, yes.

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February 24, 2018, 04:57:14 PM
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cryptopia is very familiar with tokens based waves
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