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OKX Reveals Enhanced Token Listing Process

OKX discloses a new approach to token listings, offering more clarity and compliance to regulations.

  • May 20, 2024 14:57
OKX Reveals Enhanced Token Listing Process

OKX Unveils Its New Token Listing Process

Leading crypto asset platform OKX has provided further insights into its token listing procedure in response to feedback from customers and community members, according to a blog post on the company's website.

OKX, one of the world's largest venues for accessing crypto assets, takes its listing process very seriously. The main feedback they've received pertains to the time it takes for an asset to become available for buying, selling or trading in a user's country of residence. Some users have voiced disappointment over highly anticipated tokens that were recently listed.

Strict Review and Compliance to Local Laws

All listings on OKX are subject to an extensive review process led by their listings team. A vital part of the review involves determining the countries where an asset can or cannot be listed, considering factors such as local regulations and compliance. Naturally, customers in markets where local laws limit new listings have expressed disappointment when a highly anticipated new listing is inaccessible or has restricted availability.

OKX emphasizes its commitment to adhering to local laws, enhancing the reliability and dependability of its services. To prevent future disappointments, the company pledges to improve communication about the exact availability of any new listing.

Improved Customer Communication

In its quest to make crypto more accessible while complying with local laws and regulations, OKX values feedback from its community. The company stated that it would enhance its customer communications going forward to provide more detailed information about its listings.

The OKX Customer Experience Team expressed their gratitude for the feedback and their commitment to improving user experiences.

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