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December 21, 2017, 01:15:01 AM
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I decided to invest in a p2p crypto exchange. Something like http://localbitcoins.com, but with a p2p exchange that will allow you to make operations not only with Bitcoin, but also with 5-10 altcoins

Please, could you:
1. Provide me with some useful criticism of the idea and provide the cons of it
(Besides, the ones like “You must pay way too much money for development”, “Why? It will be banned soon”, and “You will spend a fortune on PR”.)
2. If you have ever used http://localbitcoins.com/ or https://paxful.com/ describe your negative experience, please. What would you like to add to the functionality of these exchanges? I would love to hear any details you can provide.
If you use http://localbitcoins.com/  for various operations a lot, it would be nice to hear your feedback! If you don’t want to write in this thread, I would appreciate speaking in PM.
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January 26, 2018, 07:24:54 AM
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I decided to invest in a p2p crypto exchange. Something like http://localbitcoins.com, but with a p2p exchange that will allow you to make operations not only with Bitcoin, but also with 5-10 altcoins

Please, could you:
1. Provide me with some useful criticism of the idea and provide the cons of it
(Besides, the ones like “You must pay way too much money for development”, “Why? It will be banned soon”, and “You will spend a fortune on PR”.)
2. If you have ever used http://localbitcoins.com/ or https://paxful.com/ describe your negative experience, please. What would you like to add to the functionality of these exchanges? I would love to hear any details you can provide.
If you use http://localbitcoins.com/  for various operations a lot, it would be nice to hear your feedback! If you don’t want to write in this thread, I would appreciate speaking in PM.
Best regards!

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January 26, 2018, 08:56:23 AM
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A question often asked in many ways. The problems are easy to find: just look in the Service Discussion threads and you get the general idea of what people need fixed and are unhappy over.

A recent thread has a distillation of these suggestions you're looking for: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2799867.0

It's not surprising to see that features and tools aren't really going to get you success. Rather the basic concepts of good service: customer satisfaction. And nothing does that better than good support. And with all the newcomers (though actually, even "experienced" traders seem prone), expect more non-technical users to get themselves into a hundred different issues requiring support assistance.

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January 26, 2018, 10:31:10 AM
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I would also be interested in speaking to a blockchain development company regarding an upcoming development project
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