As the world embraces digitization, the paperless currency is the order of the day. The most exciting addition to digital payments is cryptocurrency. It is a virtual currency that uses cryptography making counterfeiting difficult. Despite the risks involved, it has captured the imagination of businesses and entrepreneurs. Before diving into trading, it is important to know the steps to start a cryptocurrency exchange business.
Projects that issued utility tokens through initial coin offerings have always faced the issue of getting their tokens listed on an exchange. This meant that it was a disappointment for investors who thought they could derive some profit out of these tokens. Although it wasn't intended! Is there a way of arriving at a fine point which gives investors utility tokens but with a promise of being listed on an exchange? At the same time, can this listing also keep the tokens away from the scrutiny of regulatory bodies like the SEC?