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I have a cryptocoin which is 50% premined. I want to list it on exchangers. How can I do it? Please mention the process to list cryptocoins in exchangers and also where can I get the list of best 50 exchangers.

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    There isn't a single set process. I mean, cryptocurrencies don't have a right to be listed on an exchange by dint of existing. – Nick ODell Sep 5 '16 at 20:14
  • I can't believe that username was still available. – m1xolyd1an Sep 6 '16 at 0:04
  • @m1xolyd1an: Usernames are not unique on Stackexchange (and there was another user with that name before). – Murch Sep 7 '16 at 12:40
  • -1 I don't find this question useful, and it doesn't show any previous research. The asker should familiarize themselves with value of cryptocurrencies and how their ecosystem works. A good starting point might be: Where do bitcoins come from and what gives them their value? – Murch Sep 7 '16 at 12:45
  • Exchanges only list assets. Until your coin is an asset with a value, there's no reason for exchanges to list it. – David Schwartz Sep 12 '16 at 11:32
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Lol. You're obviously trying to make your own coin to sell off as soon as it hits the market. Not good.

You will first have to build a userbase. Exchanges don't just accept anyone. If you have real supporters (Honestly I wouldn't support any premined coin, let alone one that's mined 50%).

Most exchanges accept one or two coins a week. To get your coin chosen, you need users to vote for your coin, or on some Exchanges like YoBit, pay a fee in bitcoin (say 1.5 bitcoin)

My recommendation if you are premining a coin just to sell it on an exchange, is to stop and reevaluate.

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