MAID listing on exchanges via community created foundation

Polls are now available in the OP.

Please vote your preferences.

Cheers

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I think this is fantastic and look forward to donating to our collective future if/when this effort launches. A couple points others have made that I share:

  1. Whatever we go forward with should have the “approval” of David/Maidsafe at least on some level to ensure alignment of goals, avoid legal entanglements, and give us the maximum credibility.
  2. And whatever we do we need to be minimally invasive on Maidsafe’s primary goal of getting Fleming out and then MVE. We want to help, but we don’t want to distract either. I share others worry about being too ambitious with new tokens, etc. that may require significant effort from Maidsafe. Just a concern not stating that an ERC-20 token would necessarily be disruptive.

I would also say that if this effort includes marketing (properly timed and effective) I would be very interested in helping to fund that as well.

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I think the suggestion on this thread is all the more valid now…at the very least there will always be a place to for US based customers to trade and the DEX has significant exposure to the Chinese (& Asia in general) traders and investors…The network has nodes located in the US Asia and Europe and a mobile app that can enhance the marketing of MAIDSAFE…

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Agree wholeheartedly …!

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Closing the polls tomorrow … looks like the research first and repoll is winning out though. @Savage didn’t you create a wiki page for adding info on exchanges? I can’t find it now, could you link it in this thread?

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Centralized Exchanges and Decentralized Exchanges

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I went through coinmarketcap’s top 100 exchanges by adjusted trade volume and created this spreadsheet https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Iq7uzdpDw6TVC113_FemW2wxiEp7wVBKC6e-LxbaoIM/edit?usp=sharing. The spreadsheet highlights the following information (when available):

  • Exchange
  • Trade Volume (24 hr)
  • Liquidity
  • Date Launched
  • Open to US
  • Listing Requirements and Instructions
  • Notes
  • Next Steps (TBD)

For additional thoughts see this post: MAID Centralized Exchange Options

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May I suggest we add whether OMNI coins (e.g TETHER) are listed in the exchange?

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Coinmarketcap don’t make a difference between reported and adjusted, that list is not correct. When exchanges you never heard of is high in top 100 it fake volume.

For example : P2PB2B shows high ranking on coinmarketcap, coingecko shows that 95% of the volume is fake.


Sort adjusted volume by click on the label, 24H normalised volume.

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Nice work @Sotros25

I have added this from another topic as it could be useful to eliminate options.

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To have a secret telegram group you need each other’s phone numbers. I think it would be interesting to coordinate some media blasts but we’ll need to share numbers. First I would like to organize some where’s and when’s before we take that step. Currently don’t have the bandwidth to do just that but I will keep it high on the TODO list!

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Feel free to compile information for additional exchanges, as well as add comments on which exchanges you prefer/don’t recommend.

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If you want a really private communication channel we could use retroshare -->

https://safenetforum.org/t/alternative-temporary-peer-to-peer-messaging-forum/

Otherwise we could use Riot, Slack,etc. No phone numbers needed.

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I have closed the polls. Thanks to everyone who voted :wink:

The majority seem keen for further research before jumping into the deep end, so I will try to move the goal posts a bit over the next few days.

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Slack sounds good

Rather than Slack, could we opt for Discord?

  • Discord’s free offering is better than Slack’s
  • Discord offers unlimited storage, vs Slack’s 5GB (this goes faster than you think when you’re trying to collaborate a team on a project)
  • Discord doesn’t use Electron, so the apps take up less memory / CPU and generally feel much faster

Everything else being equal, if we’re going to ask people to install something, Discord is far and away the better option

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I’m most familiar with Slack’s mobile interface; however, I’m open to other options

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Discord is very nice but I think Riot.im/Matrix is more aligned with privacy, security and decentralisation.

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Q: Who can see my phone number?

On Telegram, you can send messages in private chats and groups without making your phone number visible. By default, your number is only visible to people who you’ve added to your address book as contacts. You can further modify this in Settings > Privacy and Security > Phone Number .

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Discord can have invite only groups and then you can have roles within that to to have private voice chats. No need to share phone numbers or have anymore bandwidth than to talk to others.

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