OK, I understand the question now. I think the most important pieces of information an exchange would need are:
- To understand that this is an asset running on a MultiChain blockchain, and that MultiChain is very similar to and compatible with Bitcoin Core, the reference implementation of the bitcoin network.
- The exchange would need to run their own MultiChain node for the blockchain on which the asset exists. So they would need to be given the nodeaddress (from getinfo) of an existing node for the initial connection.
- Whether this is an open or closed MultiChain blockchain. If closed, who they should contact to get permissioned to connect, send and receive.
- The name of the asset/s in question, or whether it's the native blockchain currency that should be listed on the exchange.