Currently Nash is focused on improving its matching engine, but not on listing new coins?
Perhaps the team is improving order speeds to accommodate agency entry and partner requests.
However, I think it’s also important to increase the types of coins you can handle in order to increase the number of users.
I understand that it takes time to implement a unique chain of coins, but I don’t think it will take much time to implement ETH tokens such as ERC-20.
I think some tokens have regulatory issues, but isn’t it possible to list coins and tokens that are listed on an exchange that complies with regulations such as coinbase or gemini?
I also think they should increase new users by listing coins, which not too many exchanges carry. (e.g. UBT, RPL etc.)
A friend of mine who worked at Binance in the early days thoroughly researched coins with a market capitalization of up to TOP500 and decided to list them, etc., considering their securitability and legal relevance.
Are these new listings planned for after GA?
Or is Nash only dealing with common coins and not listing many coins in consideration of the difficulty of implementing coins that will become their own chain in the future?