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September 27, 2017, 06:43:57 PM
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how they generate new bitcoin address for every customers,
what payment gateway or service they used for it?
Depends.Those big names use their own API.You can either have your own API or use any third party services which of course come with limitations.

and how to put options to auto release bitcoins once seller marked trade finished succesfully?

and your recommendations please

You better hire a developer.Don't think your coding skills are good enough to write an exchange.People are going to save their money on your website.You cannot experiment your programming skills there.


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September 27, 2017, 08:35:32 PM
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how they generate new bitcoin address for every customers,
what payment gateway or service they used for it?
Depends.Those big names use their own API.You can either have your own API or use any third party services which of course come with limitations.

and how to put options to auto release bitcoins once seller marked trade finished succesfully?

and your recommendations please

You better hire a developer.Don't think your coding skills are good enough to write an exchange.People are going to save their money on your website.You cannot experiment your programming skills there.

thank you . noted
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September 27, 2017, 08:48:18 PM
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please help me to resolve this?

how they generate new bitcoin address for every customers,
what payment gateway or service they used for it?
and how to put options to auto release bitcoins once seller marked trade finished succesfully?

and your recommendations please


Answering your questions one by one:
1. They generate new bitcoin address for every transaction as well as customers by using inbuilt custom script based on core bitconfig
2. Nope, they don't use any payment gateway, rather the transaction is direct, or else they have to give commissions to the exchangers.
3. Auto releasing bitcoins once seller marked trade complete is also accomplished by custom API.

And my recommendation is, study bitcoin core functions minutely, how everything works and then attempt or simply hire a good developer Grin

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September 28, 2017, 01:49:12 PM
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please help me to resolve this?

how they generate new bitcoin address for every customers,
what payment gateway or service they used for it?
and how to put options to auto release bitcoins once seller marked trade finished succesfully?

and your recommendations please


Answering your questions one by one:
1. They generate new bitcoin address for every transaction as well as customers by using inbuilt custom script based on core bitconfig
2. Nope, they don't use any payment gateway, rather the transaction is direct, or else they have to give commissions to the exchangers.
3. Auto releasing bitcoins once seller marked trade complete is also accomplished by custom API.

And my recommendation is, study bitcoin core functions minutely, how everything works and then attempt or simply hire a good developer Grin



thank you lot
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