The aftermath of the SEC initiating litigation against Binance and Coinbase is a tightening of standards around what tokens are allowed on exchanges/dealers.
Robinhood, one of the largest free stock trading applications in the world but also a cryptocurrency dealer, has announced that they're removing tokens already: https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2023/06/09/robinhood-ends-support-for-some-tokens-named-in-sec-lawsuit-as-securities/.
It's unpredictable where this may go, but until there's either government action that changes the course of this litigation, or a win for one of the companies, I expect continued difficulties in adding new token assets. This problem extends to native cryptocurrencies as well. The SEC made no distinction between the two in its cases against Binance and Coinbase.