The genuine Pi will be used to redeem the IOU equivalent, according to claims that eight exchange platforms have already listed Pi. Four exchanges, Huobi, XTExchange, HotCoin, and CoinW purportedly listed the coin on December 29th, a day after they reportedly expressed interest in monitoring updates, reviewing, and potentially listing the coin once the mainnet is deployed.
The Core Team is actually opposed to the token being listed; they have even referred to it as fake and unauthorized, and they have warned that trading it could result in asset loss.
So far these are the exchanges that have listed the PiCoin
Additionally, CoinMarketCap expressed interest in officially listing Pi before deleting the tweet when it became clear that the Core Team opposed. An opinion tweet was posted by CoinMarketCap to get the views of the people.
The smartphone blockchain mining project Pi Network has addressed the unauthorised listing of Pi coin once more, claiming that the coin is not yet ready for trading.
“It is important to reiterate that Pi is currently in the Enclosed Network and is not approved by Pi Network for listing on any exchange or for trading, and Pi Network was not involved with any of these purported postings or listings,” the December 29 announcement said.
However, officially, neither listing nor buying of Pi coins is permitted. To mine them, interested parties must sign up for the network.