It’s already been recommended to increase data showed about tokens but I would like to one up that request with even more ideas.
I think in order to be listed in the DEX a project should HAVE to include a link to their website and link to their whitepaper. On top of that once a day some sort of script should run to verify that the website is up and running. If a website is down for more than 30 days it can automatically be removed from the DEX.
In the event a project changes its website, they should be allowed to change the details of that data for their token.
Doing things this way serves in several different ways.
First it automatically removes tokens of dead projects or scams that go bust as eventually the websites stop working.
Second to that it makes it so users can easily learn about any token listed in the DEX with relative ease. This allows for more users to learn about and discover more projects merely by checking out the various trades taking place without the need for them to use a search engine or be given an airdrop to really learn about a token.
Third and finally it also provides a unique opportunity for project creators that actually don’t want their tokens to be listed in exchanges to still use Waves platform. Hard as it may be for some to imagine non-tradable tokens or currencies - not all projects want to have their tokens traded. Some projects ONLY want their tokens to be accessed through a specific ecosystems - specifically tokens created for sales platforms. For legal reasons in some areas not being listed on an exchange brings a project a step closer to not being considered a security.