Listing Terms

Millionero Listing/Delisting Terms


The terms outlined in Listing/Delisting Policy (the “Policy”) build a framework of coin/token listing/delisting and listing suspension rules and procedures applied by Millionero. The objective of the Policy is to ensure that Millionero protects its business and Users by listing only legitimate coins/ tokens and provide the Users and the issuers with clear and transparent listing/ delisting procedures. Any future listing, delisting or listing suspension of coins/tokens on the Platform will be based on the guidelines set out in this Policy.


Coin/Token means a token issued by the project which applies for listing on Millionero.
Issuer means a legal or natural person that issued the token.
Delisting means ceasing the trading of a particular Coin/token by Millionero, disabling a Coin’s deposit/withdrawal functions and removing Coin’s trading pairs from the Platform.
Suspended Listing means temporarily ceasing to support a particular Coin, disabling a Coin’s deposit/withdrawal functions, and temporarily ceasing a Coin’s trading pairs on the Platform.

Coin Listing Procedure

1.1 The listing procedure starts with the issuer applying for project listing on
1.2 To initiate a listing procedure the Coin issuer can make a listing application request viaMillionero Listing Application Form
1.3 Millionero internally examines all listing applications on a first-come-first-served basis.
1.4 Millionero initiates an internal due diligence of the Coin’s documents received. As soon as due diligence is completed the Committee can approve or reject the listing of the Coin on the Platform.
1.5 Millionero reserves the right to reject the application without any reason.
1.6 Millionero ensures the issuer’s opportunity to re-apply if the key reasons for rejection indicated in Millionero’s official communication, if any, will be eliminated.
1.7 In case the listing application is approved, then Millionero has a right, but not an obligation to inform Users about this new coin/ token by means of email notification or social media post.

Evalutaion Criteria

2.1 The foundation of the Listing Procedure is built on parameters mentioned in clauses 3 to 9 herein below which Millionero will decide on the possibility and expediency of listing of the Coin.
2.2 Not all parameters are strictly applicable, but they serve as an orientation to determine the listing decision. The paramount principle is user’s interest, enabling users the most user-friendly experience and easy access to Coins that are supported by projects.

Coin General Information

3.1 The Coin impact: How the Coin influences the development of the domain industry and technology overall.
3.2 Innovation: Technology the Coin uses is innovative and unique.
3.3 Whitepaper: Whitepaper has detailed explanation of the problems it aims to solve and the original ideas behind their solving mechanism, along with the clear description of their Project.
3.4 Roadmap: The Project should have a clearly described roadmap, which they follow in accordance with the timeframes.
3.5 Coin’s business model acceptance: Whether the Coin is suitable for Millionero’s current business model.


4.1 Founders and staff: Founders should be experts in the domain area of the Project. Staff should consist of a sufficient number of employees working on the Project development.
4.2 Business: The presence of a solid background in business management and a clear vision of strategy is important.

Technical Aspects

5.1 Source code: The code is accessible, well-tested, easy to understand and maintainable.
5.2 Developer community: The code is developed and maintained on a regular basis. Active and responsive developer community.
5.3 Security: Vulnerabilities, bugs are regularly fixed. The code doesn`'`t allow any assets losses and ensures funds integrity.
5.4 Prototype availability: The Project is available for implementation via Testnet or Mainnet.

Legal And Compliance Standings

6.1 Legislative framework: The Coin does not fall under the definition of a security in any jurisdiction and does not violate any laws by its nature.
6.2 Audit: The issuer conducts an audit on an ongoing basis by professional auditors.
6.3 Compliance framework: The Coin will not interrupt Millionero’s ability to meet Anti-Money-Laundering (AML) and Know-Your-Customer (KYC) compliance obligations and any other obligations in any jurisdiction. Whether or not the issuer has conducted AML and KYC procedures within the Initial Coin Offering (ICO) process if any.

Market Dynamics

7.1 Market capitalization: The portion of global market capitalization acquired by the coin.
7.2 Trading volume: The number of tokens used in the turnover and the frequency they are exchanged are taken into consideration.
7.3 Exchangeability: The Сoin is listed on the number of exchanges with a wide diversity of trading pairs.


8.1 Project social activity: The issuer actively communicates with its community in various channels, including email, social media, and support requests and provides timely answers to questions of the community.
8.2 The Coin provision: There is a possibility of distribution of some number of Coins amongst users on the Platform.
8.3 Joint marketing: The issuer is interested in common promotion and PR events jointly with Millionero.

Community Ddemand

9.1 Community activity: The Project has several social media channels with a number of followers who actively respond to the regular Project`'`s news and updates. The Internet community provides positive comments and feedback on the Project.
9.2 Investors’ interest: The Project benefits from the interest of various stakeholders, including private investors, venture firms or hedge funds, preferably those who have experience in the industry of financial innovations.

Delisting Procedure

10.1 Millionero reserves the right to delist any Coin from the Platform for any reason with a prior notification to the Users that possess such Coins on their Platform Accounts.
10.2 Millionero will inform Users that have such Coins on their Platform Accounts about the Coin Delisting by means of announcement, email notification and/or by Social Media post. Users bear the sole responsibility for regularly checking updates on the Coin Delisting.
10.3 Millionero may consider the following circumstances (this list is not exhaustive) while delisting a coin:
- implementation of new regulatory standards and other compliance issues;
- blockchain or related technology becomes compromised or defective, halting Coin`s network;
- the Coin is no longer supported by the issuer;
- limited trading volume on the Platform or potentially suspicious trading activity;
- unreliable issuer who ignores listing good practice and act malafide;
- violation of the Terms of Use or any agreement;
- major changes in the issuer`s team, product, or business model without notifying Millionero in advance for auditing;
- complaints by investors and traders of the Coin;
- transfer or sale of the project by the issuer;
- the project, team, consultant, or founder has significant legal and negative issues;
- the project development is not carried out in accordance with the timeline of the roadmap planned in the White Paper. Progress delays without explanation or announcement;
- the project is suspected to be involved in money laundering, deceiving, pyramid schemes or any other illegal acts;
- violation of a third party’s intellectual property rights;
- detection of other risks related to the Coin listing.
10.4 In case of Delisting Millionero will deactivate the Coin deposit option on the Platform as per the Delisting notification.
10.5 Millionero will deactivate the Coin trading option on the Platform after expiration of the relevant delisting date as per the delisting notification or earlier in case of legal or regulatory action.
10.6 Millionero shall usually provide Users with a thirty (30) days term after Delisting notification to withdraw Coins which will be delisted from their Accounts.
10.7 The thirty (30) days term for withdrawal will not be available in case of a force-major, namely an event beyond Millionero control, including, but not limited to the Coin`'`s non-working blockchain or wallet, due to which Millionero will be unable to conduct any transactions.
10.8 Millionero reserves the right to cease any trading pair without prior notice to the Users and/or Coin issuer.
10.9 In some peculiar cases that may potentially bring losses to Millionero and/or Millionero users, or in case of any force majure, or if Millionero receives a legal mandate from a relevant government authority and/or Coin delisting is part of a legal or regulatory action, Millionero is entitled under its sole discretion to Delist any Coin from the Platform immediately.

Coin Listing Suspension

11.1 In some cases that may potentially bring losses to Milionero and/or its users, or in case of any force majure Millionero is entitled under its sole discretion to Suspend Listing of any Coin on the Platform immediately following notification to Users.
11.2 Millionero can also follow the parameter specified in Clause 10.3 above while taking a decision to Suspend Listing of the Coin on the Platform.
11.3 Millionero can provide Users with a specific time period to withdraw Coins under suspended listing from their Accounts if it is possible.
11.4 The time period for withdrawal may not be granted in case of a force majure, including, but not limited to the Coin`'`s non-working blockchain or wallet, due to which Millionero will be unable to conduct any transactions.
11.5 In case Millionero can predict the time of Suspended Listing, Millionero will notify Users about it. Users understand that in cases including, but not limited to force majure and Coin’s blockchain and/or network problems Millionero may not be able to predict the timeline for resolving these issues.


12.1 Millionero shall bear no responsibility for Delisting or Suspending trading of Coin from the Platform.
12.2 To the extent permitted by the applicable law, Millionero shall not be held liable for any damages, loss of profit, loss of revenue, loss of opportunity, loss of data, or indirect or consequential loss. Trading with cryptocurrencies involves a significant amount of risk. For more information about risks, please read and refer to the applicable Terms of Use and Risk Disclosures .
Millionero may in its sole discretion amend or change or cancel this Listing/Delisting Policy at any time and for any reason without prior notice for users and the same will be fully applicable.