My first reaction is "of course it will be listed on centralized exchanges!" Luckybit has a good point, but the reality us that if it puts centralized exchanges out of business, it will do so whether they list it or not. So sure, maybe some exchanges will put their heads in the sand and pretend bitusd doesn't exist, but the exchanges that last the longest will be the ones that embrace the new paradigm and profit from bitusd's dominance. Any exchange that lists bitusd will make a killing as it starts to overtake bitcoin as the default unit of account in the crypto world.
The thing is, if an exchange wants to list bitusd, there isn't a damn thing we could do about it even if we wanted to. Thus my conclusion that someone will certainly do it sooner or later.
Actually, I think day traders will always prefer centralized exchanges over decentralized ones because they're faster and they don't charge you fees to place orders. But that's just my hunch - I wouldn't put any money on it.
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