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I am completely new to the world of Stellar and wish to obtain some Tokens. I am looking to get some tokens that I can trade. I have read this guide guide on how to get tokens, but I am still in some confusion about how this relates to money.

I am confused to how you make money from the tokens. Once I have my tokens, what is the next step in trading them and gaining revenue?

closed as off-topic by Saya, Helmar, Crosscounter, R.J., Andrei Savin Jan 20 '18 at 9:16

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  • can you ask your question in a way that developers can answer? – MonsieurNicolas Jan 17 '18 at 20:33
  • @MonsieurNicolas Please explain why developers would have an issue answering this question. and I will try and edit according, however please note that I am a user not a develop myself. – Jake Symons Jan 17 '18 at 20:38
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about trading and revenue, not about stellar's features or possibilities. – Saya Jan 18 '18 at 1:08
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    I disagree. This site is "for developers and end users" of Stellar, so "how do I make this coin cash?" seems perfectly on topic for this site. If this question was too broad, or "how to make money/get rich/trade strategies" etc, I could see the concern... but the author cogently stated a specific problem statement and outlined where the confusion in their prior research lies. Obviously we don't want this site to become a copy of a basic instruction manual, but if the source material didn't answer the user's question, this seems like a perfectly canonical question for this site. – Robert Cartaino Jan 18 '18 at 15:27
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You can put your newly created tokens on the distributed exchange: https://stellarterm.com/, where you can trade them for credits for any asset, such as USD or XLM.

Or, you can make up your own way to distribute them, such as a custom ICO (you will have to implement this yourself)

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