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1  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Peatio based Cryptocurrency & Fiat Exchange Development on: June 06, 2018, 01:35:54 PM
@savioroshan Hello! Smiley This is probably the most difficult question to answer because everyone has a different opinion of what full options are. Hopefully by asking you the following questions you can see that the conversation hardly starts with what I am asking you here:

What in your opinion is full options?
Do you have a technical team to manage hosting?
Do you have a team for front end?
Do you have a full scope for your exchange defined?
What is your timeline?
What kind of a front end do you want? Something basic in Angular? Something modern and trader friendly in React?
What kind of a user interface do you want?
What kind of a user base do you plan on supporting?
Do you plan on running an arbitrage bot?
What coins?
What ERC20?
What regions?
What regulations for the regions KYC/AML processes?
Do you want direct access to one of our architects? Effect the development milestones?
Do you need a dedicated team from our end for scaled developments? What kind of a team will it need to be...
How many 3rd party services and API integrations do you plan on supporting?
These are just a few questions that you have to ask yourself and we would ask you before we can make a mutual decision to work together. There are a lot of factors involved in running an exchange and everyone's plans and definitions vary..
In the summer we plan on deploying a white label version of the exchange that will be hosted on GCP. This will be called Start-up Subscription Plan. It will have a subscription price and a monthly hosting/maintenance cost. This version of the exchange will be a good fit and in someone's opinion "with full options" but does that define what you are looking for?

I hope I was able to give you a form of an answer while giving you an insight into how difficult of a question you actually asked. If you want to continue our conversation, please feel free to reach out to me at (Denys Tun)

2  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Peatio based Cryptocurrency & Fiat Exchange Development on: June 05, 2018, 12:31:58 PM
Yes, we certainly still offer the service and now it's way more advanced than ever before. We support ERC20, highly customizable KYC/AML processes, microservices infrastructure and a lot more. Contact one of our sales team members at for more information.
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Peatio - an open source cryptocurrency exchange project on: January 22, 2018, 09:00:58 PM
We're keeping Peatio alive! We're and we are keeping it opensource and scaling it! Come see us and our stack at
4  Economy / Service Announcements / Peatio based Cryptocurrency & Fiat Exchange Development on: January 22, 2018, 08:49:04 PM
Are you looking for CryptoCurrency exchange development? team are experienced in working with the most popular blockchains and have a group of Peatio dedicated developers.
We bring the experience of enterprise grade IT to blockchain developments while keeping it open source. We specialize in API integration, database management, software frameworks, testing, storage and security. Our developer team is a combination of Ruby on Rails, Vue.js, Nginx, Angular/Backbone JS, PostgreSQL, Redis, Redshift, Kubernetes, Concourse, Google Cloud, AWS, Azure, Heroku and many-many more.
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5  Economy / Services / Re: Hiring developer for altcoin exchange based on peatio on: October 19, 2017, 12:36:26 PM
We're a team of Peatio developers and do everything from planning, development and hosting using container and kubernetes. . Please feel free to reach out at
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