Tether, Paxos, TrueUSD - because the more the merrier
EOS, Tron - because fanboys
ETH Classic & Elastos - because community
Bitcoin SV - because Craig Wirght’s a fraud
BNB - to give users somewhere to dump their BNB when they migrate to Nash
XLM & XRP - because one has decent tech and the other has an army
VET, XTZ, ADA & ATO - because the future
Dogecoin - because 1 doge is always 1 doge
Decred, OMG, BAT & ZRX - because we can
ICX, RVN, ZIL & KMD - because they’ll be ready way before ADA, XTZ and ATO
MKR and DAI - because why haven’t you done it already
REN & SNX - because if you can’t beat 'em join 'em
Grin, Bancor & Civic - no reason
If it’s legal and has more than 1000 BTC daily volume add it ASAP, the halving is upon us and no-one outside the community has a clue what Nash is and does. Bitcoin typically peaks ~18 months post halving and everything else usually gets dragged up with it, if those assets aren’t already listed on Nash people will go wherever they are listed (see the death of Bittrex and rise of Binance circa 2017). So far it seems that no-one (normies especially) cares much about custodial/non-custodial and the OG’s are all whining about KYC, the way to win is to have Coinbase’s UI, Binance’s market breadth and depth along with FTX/Bitmex’s ridiculous derivatives and leverage.
Nash should be amoral when it comes to listing new assets, as long as it’s legal we should be adding it, assets, leverage, derivatives anything to be competitive and give us an edge. Non-custodial, MPC key management, distributed blockchain agnostic matching engine; all of these things don’t seem to matter to the average user.
Nash’s biggest edge at the moment is that institutions can use Nash because of the ability to separate custodian and trader however institutions are using Bakkt, Fidelity, Graycale and Coinbase custody.
In theory Nash could be better than a combination of Binance, Coinbase, FTX, Bitmex, Bakkt, Fidelity and Grayscale… in practice we haven’t even surpassed Switcheo and Idex.