How to Whitelist a Token on Bancor v2.1

  • Tokens with elastic supply or rebase mechanisms
  • Tokens with permissions that grant administrators unrestricted mint/burn capabilities

See the full technical requirements for whitelisting a token in Bancor v2.1

Template for Bancor Whitelisting

  • Token contract address
  • Project website
  • Discussion
  • Tokenomics
  • Community and Communication
  • Available Audits
  • Market and Trading Data
  • References
  • An on-chain vote should only be activated once the whitelisting proposal has been thoroughly discussed in governance channels and Bancor community is aligned on its initiation.
  • 25,000 vBNT is required to initiate a new proposal.
  • See the v2.1 staking guide to learn how to stake, generate vBNT, vote and initiate proposals.
  • Proposal creation is covered in Step #6.
  • Once live, voting will last for 3 days.
  • If 40% of the staked vBNT approves, your liquidity pool will be whitelisted.
  • Chainlink’s price at the time of writing is $12.26
  • All-time high: $19.83 (16th August 2020)
  • All-time low: $0.148 (29th November, 2017)
  • Price 90 days ago: $7.44
  • 389,509,556 tokens in circulation
  • 1,000,000,000 maximum supply.
  • The current market capitalization is $4,785,618,839.
  • The LINK token is available on major exchanges, including Binance, Digifinex, Kraken, Huobi Global, and Coinbase Pro.
  • The 24-hour spot volumes range from $6,770,124 (Kraken) to $88,127,005 (Binance).



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