I’ve produced a token (Zi) Zioncoin in the labs and verified it with the stellarid.io fed server. However it doesn’t seem to be verified on the stellar port exchange.

https://zioncoin.org.uk/.well-known/stellar.toml i.e. to image and no verification tick for my asset.

Does the .htaccess file need to be in both route and toml fold?

Or could it be i’ve not made an offer for my tokens or set up trustline from another account to distribution account yet (trustline has been made from issuer to distributor but not locked encase I needed to change something).

Some help would be massively appreciated,

Kind regards Nathanofzion


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First and foremost check out this. Good explanation of how assets are verified.

Also, I have just setup my own coin to play around with this verification process.

The steps I took:

  1. Add Stellar.TOML to my web domain
  2. Add domain to my issuing account

Here is my asset on Stellarport: https://portal.stellarport.io/exchange/alphanum12/RobCoin/GBCKL7CUKYX5764JI4SGMU4IYQNYY3FONQWA2HMO4KKE5QYIMYXZTMJY/native/XLM/Stellar

  • Maybe summarize the article you linked?
    – manjuu5
    Commented May 17, 2018 at 21:28
  • @RubberDucky thought about it, but this is almost a duplicate of that question, ie that article is step-by-step of getting verified
    – Rob
    Commented May 17, 2018 at 22:28
  • Thanks Rob however step 1 and 2 have been done, my coin not verified on stellarport but is verified on stellar.exeprt:stellar.expert/explorer/public/asset/… Commented May 18, 2018 at 19:58
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    Stellarport support wrote: "Yes, we've encountered this issue before. It seems horizon doesn't always update the asset's toml url when simply changing it, you need to send an operation involving the asset afterwards for the changes to take effect. Please see: github.com/stellar/go/issues/427" Commented May 21, 2018 at 18:03
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    Here is my Asset on stellarport: portal.stellarport.io/exchange/alphanum4/Zi/… Commented May 23, 2018 at 9:25

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