Only whitelist a tokens if
a) it is a real token
b) it is already trading on dutchX at the “right” price
Look up all trading pairs here: https://visualx.d.exchange/#/dashboard
A few comments on whitelisting tokens.
First of all it is important to understand what the whitelist is needed for. In general anyone can add any token to trading on dutchX (on smart contract level). So a token does not need to be whitelisted to be traded on dutchX. However - such a token would not generate any MGN. (The MGN token is basically a reward token of the dutchX and gives those who have a lot a slight trading advantage over those who have less/ none)
Is the token real?
For MGN it is necessary to have a whitelist because otherwise I could e.g. just create a “fake” Martin-token where I own 100% of the supply. Now I would just trade those Martin-tokens against ETH and earn a lot of MGN.
What is the right starting price?
However - even if the token is “real” there is one more issue: Usually the starting price of an auction is defined by the closing price of the last auction. However - for the first auction whoever adds the token can define any starting price. If a token is in reality worth $1 of ETH they could just set the starting price instead to $1,000,000,000. No the system would credit them tons of MGN for selling tokens because the system thinks this would be a ton of trading volume.
At the time of writing there are 2 interfaces to the dutchX: https://slow.trade and https://fairdex.net. Please note that those are centrally controlled and have their own logic about what tokens they display. Thus being whitelisted does not necessarily mean that it will show up in those interfaces. The dxDAO could fork one of those interfaces and create a version that automatically shows all tokens that are whitelisted.