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June 05, 2011, 03:06:09 AM
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We got plenty of miners in China.
It's hard for most of us to exchange on mt.gox with dollars.
I have several dedicate servers.
So I wish to set a chart just as mt.gox for chinese money.
Any dude can do me this favor?

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June 05, 2011, 04:31:59 AM
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Do you mean that you would like to have a chart that shows the RNB->USD->BTC rate? 

I'm not aware that there is a way to know the direct RNB/BTC rate right now. 
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June 05, 2011, 05:08:02 AM
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Do you mean that you would like to have a chart that shows the RNB->USD->BTC rate? 

I'm not aware that there is a way to know the direct RNB/BTC rate right now. 
RMB->USD->BTC is enough, and most important is the exchange model between users.
User can traid with RMB OR BTC by themselves, like mt.gox.

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June 05, 2011, 07:42:29 AM
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I think he wants to use his servers to start an RMB/BTC exchange in China, which would function like Mt. Gox. This would make broader use of bitcoin in in China possible and would be a great development for Bitcoin.

Is there an open source exchange software someone could point him to? Or a developer who would like to help him with the the project?

A major concern for the exchange operator should be legality. There are a number of company-backed digital currencies in China and regulations controlling their use. I think people would want to know that you had checked with a lawyer on the legality of a BTC/RMB exchange.

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June 05, 2011, 08:37:59 AM
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I think he wants to use his servers to start an RMB/BTC exchange in China, which would function like Mt. Gox. This would make broader use of bitcoin in in China possible and would be a great development for Bitcoin.

Is there an open source exchange software someone could point him to? Or a developer who would like to help him with the the project?

A major concern for the exchange operator should be legality. There are a number of company-backed digital currencies in China and regulations controlling their use. I think people would want to know that you had checked with a lawyer on the legality of a BTC/RMB exchange.

This is what I want to do in Singapore, anyone can help?

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June 05, 2011, 08:44:16 AM
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I think he wants to use his servers to start an RMB/BTC exchange in China, which would function like Mt. Gox. This would make broader use of bitcoin in in China possible and would be a great development for Bitcoin.


Oooooh.   That would actually be awesome, I think.

If there isn't an open source exchange package available, there ought to be.  In any case, why not run an over-the-counter market on IRC?  Maybe that would be easier to set up, and you (OP) would at least capture some initiative while setting up something more automated.

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A major concern for the exchange operator should be legality. There are a number of company-backed digital currencies in China and regulations controlling their use. I think people would want to know that you had checked with a lawyer on the legality of a BTC/RMB exchange.

I'm really curious to see what happens when Bitcoin gets traction in Asia.  

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June 05, 2011, 10:13:09 AM
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A major concern for the exchange operator should be legality. There are a number of company-backed digital currencies in China and regulations controlling their use. I think people would want to know that you had checked with a lawyer on the legality of a BTC/RMB exchange.

This legal problem I think not only bother asia. It seems paypal had banned trading bitcoin, right? 

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June 05, 2011, 12:53:56 PM
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Open source trading platform :
https://github.com/davout/bitcoin-central

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