Getting listed on Binance

Would I be able to buy maid directly with €$£ ?

Ideally MAID would rise in price so the community would be able to donate to the listing.

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Tried to deposit some XRP on Binance until now it doesn’t show up. Someone has a
similar issue or experience with that?

I am not sure about fiat pair but pair with BTC, ETH and BNB might be possible.

Who take the decision to list maidsafe on Binance or other plateform. I follow some coin and for exemple monaco has been several listed in many exchange in very short period. Maybee if we have more visibility it can can be better for maidsafe.

I am not sure who takes decision. Any comments @dirvine

Good call. Also, in light of how other coins, like Monaco, have handled this, I think getting listed on exchanges is often under marketing’s purview. @SarahPentland mentioned that @Maidsafe was looking into this:

At any rate, I think it’s worth looping in the marketing team, so adding @dugcampbell too. Maybe they can provide their perspective :slight_smile:


Nothing we can announce at this stage I’m afraid. However, as soon as we have relevant news, we’ll let everyone know. Definitely doesn’t do any harm for people to make those suggestions to their exchanges of choice though I wouldn’t have thought :slight_smile:


Binance is the goal, IF maidsafe doesnt have any intentions to be on binance than you are ignoring the biggest audience out there. Big misstake.

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It is a goal and probably an important one, but not the only goal in terms of exchanges. Nobody should suggest we drop all current negotiations with exchanges (and their huge costs/prices) and target only one single one. Each exchange we add will mean the others are more receptive, so there are talks and moves with many exchanges and there should be. Many options in this case are good albeit very very expensive.

So yes it is a big one and a target, nobody is suggesting it is not. The team are on a few deals right now so lets see what happens, good to hear the feedback, but lets keep it real.


How long have the talks been going on with the exchanges? Or have they just started?

You should not lookat it aS expensive cost , ITs an investment, pure business from binance’s side, everyone would do the same. Seems like each of listed coins on binance doesnt regret the decision to join…

It is expensive and we simply would not have the money to go on all the exchanges at the prices they quote. If we pre-mined a ton of coins yea sure, but it is expensive. We try our best, but remember this is not more cash for the project, probably less cash actually as it will take most of our coins to do this, then what ? Great we have a ton of happy traders but no chance of completion of the project. So yes I do consider it expensive and a risk, as well as a fantastic thing for supporters. i…e its a balance and serious business decisions have to be made.


$100,000 to list a coin is highway robbery. I couldn’t agree more with David. Binance makes coins explode but it’s just not realistic yet. Perhaps with some leverage and showing it’s a long term successful project and coin they’ll consider dropping the fee a little. Binance is prolly a flash in the pan in the scheme of things anyways.


There are many hidden costs, such as you pay the fee then provide millions of $ in liquidity to get the market moving. So it means a sell off of coins into a market to move it, but sellling means the supply/demand is scewed and you are playing the trading game. So there is much more behind the scenes with these exchanges.


Sounds even worse. Ick, not the game I’d want to play.

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Can’t believe they charge so much to even list. I’d not have started the thread if I’d known. I’m sure there are plenty of others out there, at the end of the day an exchange makes its money from transaction fee’s, surely that’s enough for them.


Sounds like market manipulation, that can’t be legal?

A lot of things in crypto would be illegal if they were done in relation to shares or other mainstream assets.

There is some real problems and threats to serious projects and to investments. I quess these exchanges are located in countries where corruption is common. If poloniex would manipulate markets and the agencies find out about it, there would be life sentences for those activities. Gaming the market can only benefit projects that are not serious. Serious projects gets hurt by not getting the spotlight they deserve, possibility of of the whole market colapsing, goverments bans crypto markets because of to much manipulation. I think exchanges that manipulate markets should get exposed and flushed out, if possible, because in medium to long term I think it has serious chance to hurt good and serious projects, investments and the market.


I certainly believe the team is weighing all pros and cons of listings, and I hope they continue being the project-driven team they are, rather than chasing profits. That being said, I think listing on a few more exchanges would be great to attract people to test the alphas and beta, as well as an increase in marketing presence, but it seems that’s all on the way.

Continue the great work guys.