Ok, the staggering solution could be solved like this.
Proposal → Due to low voting turnout when whitelisting assets, I suggest we bulk whitelist the top 25 assets by market capitalisation for the following stock exchanges. NYSE, NASDAQ, Tokyo, London, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Euronext, Toronto, Bombay, and Korea.
The assets will be added in a weekly fashion over the course of 10 weeks.
A social media campaign could run in key markets over the 10 weeks driving local knowledge and generating excitement.
Week 1 NASDAQ top 25
W2 Korea top 25
W9 Hong Kong
This way we can add 250 assets in one vote, have a staggered listing procedure and get some of the largest companies globally listed. Will drive uptake in several key markets globally.
I realize it would be a bit of work for the people managing the assets, but the recent failed asset adds highlight the need to get multiple assets added quickly.
Stocks listed per week could be 10 to 25, doesn’t matter, but having a systemic solution to the listing is crucial.
I personally don’t really want to trade stocks on certain exchanges, and probably would skip votes out of disinterest. This will solve the issue.