A couple of days ago I looked down at my crappy little phone and saw this post by @darkflame:
It was strangely coincidental as I had just spent the night prior thoroughly researching Crypto.com...
What they're doing is interesting and here was @darkflame pointing out that HIVE wasn't there yet
Hive came runner-up in that one, behind Free TON; which I know nothing about
There were some questions raised at the time about how easy it was to cheat the voting system on the Staking Rewards website, but I don't know if they responded or if anything ever came of it
Or if we get to try again next round, maybe?
Actually... It can't hurt to ask
Back to the topic for this post now, which is the Crypto.com listing application
It's a bit of an involved process, as it turns out!
Took some research to answer the questions
I thought I'd make this post and put all that gathered information in one place so others can refer to it while they're filling out the questions too — should they choose to
Worth doing, network effects, yada yada...
If so, here's the link:
And here's the ｉｎｆｏｒｍａｔｉｏｎ：
~13,000 total active daily users. Account holders: hundreds of thousands (Probably? I guess. Most inactive)
Social media URLs:
Max token supply:
999999999 (I put this because you have to put a number, but Hive has no upper supply limit)
Current estimated circulating token supply from CoinGecko:
Listed on these exchanges:
Upbit, Binance, Ionomy, HiveEngine, Huobi Global, Bithumb, MEXC Global, CoinSpot
(add more if you know of them and comment below I'd like to know too)
And here's a few ｐｉｃｔｕｒｅｓ：
I put this down because everyone is an owner of Hive!
Sounds like a deadline was missed a year ago lol. Should have wrote "it was done over a year ago and the network is going from strength to strength"
Is this something that has already been done?
I have no idea what The Syndicate is
Eventually you'll get to the finish line:
And that's that
If you're going to do it, feel free to copy and paste from this post
It'll save you a bit of time I promise
Here's the link again:
Over to you!