DRAFT - Proposal - CoinTiger Exchange Listing

Abstract/Executive Summary

We request $40K in YFL and stablecoins from the treasury to fund a listing and initial market making on the Singapore-based centralized exchange CoinTiger. Bitcoin Exchange | Cryptocurrency Exchange | CoinTiger


This proposal is designed to use treasury funds on a strategic CEX listing to support YFL awareness accessibility and awareness in Asia alongside our Rocktree marketing initiative launching at the beginning of March. CoinTiger has been identified as a great option for the following reasons:

-Very affordable listing for the CEX metrics

-1M KYCed (verified unique) users

-$600M in daily volume

-Has DeFi coins listed and a “DeFi” section of their assets - this is actually more important than daily volume, that they have users interested in DeFi coins

-Based in Singapore; crypto-friendly high trust location for long term presence

-Perfectly aligns with our Rocktree marketing strategy (Asian crypto markets are still very CEX-heavy)


  • A total of $40K for both the listing fee plus initial market making. CoinTiger’s listing packages are not public, and they are aware this is being proposed to a public DAO so we’re not able to break down the cost further than this. However, this is a very low cost listing.
  • Market making funds will be sent to the dev fund once we’re able to scale out our market making orders.

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1 Like

Not a good use of funds IMO. CEX for a (closed) DEX? I’m not seeing it myself. I’d be interested to know how this compares
To want Sushi paid out? Suggest a better, comparative, business case is needed as a minimum.
Currently against.