I have setup my own quorum blockchain network. If I deploy an ERC20 token contract with a coin name (say ABC), will I be able to list the coin in exchanges ?


In theory, yes. But the chances for that to happen are next to nothing.

For an exchange to accept your coin they would have to:

1) Trust your blockchain that it's fair, valid and uncompromisable

2) Run their own node in your blockchain (they certainly don't want to trust your or somebody else's nodes even if they trust the blockchain)

3) Evaluate your coin to have enough liquidity and interest to be worth it. This is highly unlikely as it's only available in a private blockchain (yours).

  • I get your point. But just to clarify, all the altcoins like litecoin, ripple etc.. all exist in their own blockchain right ? So isn't my own private network similar to the blockchain they have? Havent they faced the same issues then for getting listed ? Feb 26 '20 at 12:02
  • Yes, basically all blockchains have the same starting position. On top of that there are a lot of different kinds of blockchains, so that affects the big picture quite much as well. Feb 26 '20 at 12:03
  • Got it. Thank you Feb 26 '20 at 12:24

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