Saturn Protocol token self-listing guide

This guide explains how you can list an Ethereum or Ethereum Classic token (ERC20 or ERC223) on our exchange, listing is completely free though you will need to have the token in your Ethereum or Ethereum Classic dApp browser and some ETH or ETC available to sign the transaction(pay for gas) as to list a token you will need to create an order.

Step 1. Discussion Thread (Optional)

Please do introduce your token and project to our community in our Cryptocurrencies section before listing, this way people can easily find information about your token. It is not a requirement for your token to be tradable, however, it is needed if you would like your token’s logo and additional details to be visible on our exchange’s dashboard & in Saturn Wallet.

Step 2. Token Self-Listing with Saturn Protocol

  1. Visit our main website and open an existing order book from the landing dashboard by clicking “Trade Now” next to a token. Remember, you will also need to be logged into your favourite dApp browser, connected to the correct network & have funds available to pay for network fees to list your token. Notice that all our market order book links look the same, ending in the token’s contract address. The only difference is if the token is deployed on Ethereum or Ethereum Classic, as so:
  • Ethereum: https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETH/order-book/YOUR_TOKEN_CONTRACT_HERE

  • Ethereum Classic: https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETC/order-book/YOUR_TOKEN_CONTRACT_HERE

  1. To list a new token simply create your token’s order book following the format above with your token’s contract address, and reload the website. If you have done everything correctly you should be greeted with a blank order book without any charts.

  2. Click Create Order button and proceed to create a buy order. If your token is compatible with our exchange’s smart contract then you will find the name appears on the left. Once the first buy order is created, your token will be listed and you can move on to create a sell order.


    If you are listing an ERC20 token then you will have to submit two transaction, as you will first need to do “ERC20 Approve.” When prompted sign the transaction with your dApp browser and wait for the approve transaction to be confirmed.

    Once confirmed you will be greeted with the order creation page, select buy or sell order and decide the amounts and price of your order. When you are happy click the Sign Transaction button, which will open your dApp browser notification to submit the transaction.

  3. That’s it you are done! Once your order is successfully created then your token will be listed on our exchange. If you now go back to the main landing page your token will be searchable in the asset search box and will be displayed on the full list also. If you use the order book link, you will now find your order is on the books. And as soon as trades have started to happen, then charts will automatically be generated.

Step 3. Uploading Your Token’s Logo

  1. If you skipped Step 1, make sure you go back and make an announcement thread in our cryptocurrencies section for your token. As this is required for a token logo to be visible on our exchange’s dashboard.
  2. To add your logo to our exchange’s dashboard, you need to follow the steps & submit a pull request to our Github account found here: https://github.com/saturn-network/assets

If you have never used Github before, we recommend you watch this video first: Tutorial on pull request & submitting pull request on Github. If you need any help, feel free to highlight me in your token’s announcement thread.

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Hey Sam, The website is not loading at the moment.

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Seems to be working fine for me, do you mean the new version has not loaded for you? Might need to clear your cache, as our old site was probably cached.

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Ok, thanks.

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Updated!

You can now list Ethereum or Ethereum Classic tokens on our exchange. Just check the URL to make sure you are on the right chain:

Ethereum Classic https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETC/order-book/TOKEN_CONTRACT_HERE

Or

Ethereum https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETH/order-book/TOKEN_CONTRACT_HERE

If you have any problems please let us know!

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Note to list an ERC20 token, you will have to make two transactions as you will first need to do an “ERC20 Approve.”

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Hey Sam I’ve a question for you, if we already listed a coin on this exchange (no trading up to now)
can we change the ETH Contract address of this one for a more updated one ?

Like keep all the data name logo, but providing a new updated contract address ?

Thanks by advance for your answer :grinning:

No you would not be able to update ETH contract address on the exchange, that is not possible. However, we have already had situations where a token decided it needed to redeploy their token contract. The best route is to update your forum topic, with a message explaining why the need for the change & then list your new token on the exchange.

Once the correct token is listed you can submit a PR on our github, but just update the old token contract to the new one. This way the old token will not have a logo or details displayed & the new one will. Hope that makes sense, if not feel free to message me.

Ok perfect, that’s clear, I will do it right now, thanks again for your help :grinning:

Unable to list DAI

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https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETH/order-book/0x89d24a6b4ccb1b6faa2625fe562bdd9a23260359/0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000

@Negus Happy Trading!

Hello,

I am trying to list the token. Our contract address - 0X4545750F39AF6BE4F237B6869D4ECCA928FD5A85

I added the link in to browser: https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETH/order-book/0X4545750F39AF6BE4F237B6869D4ECCA928FD5A85/0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000

But nothing happened

What I did wrong?

Please assist

Welcome @AndreyRomanov

Are you logged into a dApp browser such as MetaMask or Saturn Wallet? If you open the link in a dApp browser this will open the orderbook for your token.

Then to complete the listing you just need to click “Create Order” and make an order, let me know if you still need help. Here is a list of dApp browsers compatible with our exchange:

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A post was merged into an existing topic: Bitcoin Classic Token - first mineable ERC223 Token on ETC

I don’t understand the listing process maybe a video can explain better?

I have broken it down for your token here:

Just have to insert your token’s contract where it says TOKEN_CONTRACT_HERE and visit the page with your favourite Ethereum dApp browser, then create an order.

Let me know how you get on! Thanks :slight_smile:

Hi

Ive tried lisitng HireGo but i just get the green spinners on all the seperate tiles when i try:
https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETH/order-book/0xaaa89105dab822dbc9a6de64a23d045d99d5fd36/0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000

Also tried
https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETH/order-book/0xaaa89105dab822dbc9a6de64a23d045d99d5fd36
but that just gives blank page

Chrome inspect console showing 404s

You need to be logged into your dApp browser to list a token, you can find a list of compatible dApp browsers here:

If you are logged in then you will be greeted with a blank orderbook like so:

Then you just need to create the first order, using the “Create Order” button on the right, once that has been done HGO will be visible on the assets list. Remember as this is an ERC20 token, the first time you create an order will require an “ERC20 Approve” transaction to confirm before submitting the create order.

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This is a really amazing way to create, share and trade digital assets. I have just started my journey into Dapp development and was wondering how easy it would be to add functionality to be able to use .eth addresses and contract addresses when connecting to an asset

eg. https://www.saturn.network/exchange/ETH/order-book/YOUR-AMAZING-NAME.eth

Just a thought as ens grows and remappping / updating contact addresses in the future could be handled at the ens level without changes needed in multiple places

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