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April 28, 2014, 09:38:31 PM
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Hi,

I have been contemplating whether or not I should start a bitcoin exchange in my home country for a while now, and I feel like it's time to get the ball rolling.
The only problem is that my expertise in building a secure, fast and reliable site is close to non-existing, so I have been looking at white label solutions such as bex.io, btctrader.com but mostly buttercoin.com(as it's funded by GV + more = Safe?).

Are there anyone here that has any experience with white label exchanges? What are your thoughts about the matter? Anyone that can show a site that is using a white label?

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April 28, 2014, 11:09:25 PM
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Hi,

I have been contemplating whether or not I should start a bitcoin exchange in my home country for a while now, and I feel like it's time to get the ball rolling.
The only problem is that my expertise in building a secure, fast and reliable site is close to non-existing, so I have been looking at white label solutions such as bex.io, btctrader.com but mostly buttercoin.com(as it's funded by GV + more = Safe?).

Are there anyone here that has any experience with white label exchanges? What are your thoughts about the matter? Anyone that can show a site that is using a white label?

Cheers

Dependence on 3rd party software ruins the exchange business at its base.

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April 29, 2014, 02:43:52 PM
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Dependence on 3rd party software ruins the exchange business at its base.

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July 07, 2014, 10:58:51 AM
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Hello there,

we, draglet, are a company based in Munich, Germany, and also offer our unique exchange software as white label solution.

Our software features Optimistic Fund Locking (users are allowed to crreate orders that are actually not covered by current account balance) and a wallet with encrypted user access and multisignature cold storage. The solid order matcher was already tested for 9 months by thousands of users and now is one of the products that draglet are offering as part of our white label exchange. You can get more information about our software and services at draglet.com - feel free to give our exchange showcase a try.

Greetz,

Ben

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October 30, 2014, 02:31:43 AM
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Hello there,

we, draglet, are a company based in Munich, Germany, and also offer our unique exchange software as white label solution.

Our software features Optimistic Fund Locking (users are allowed to crreate orders that are actually not covered by current account balance) and a wallet with encrypted user access and multisignature cold storage. The solid order matcher was already tested for 9 months by thousands of users and now is one of the products that draglet are offering as part of our white label exchange. You can get more information about our software and services at draglet.com - feel free to give our exchange showcase a try.

Greetz,

Ben

How about the price? just give a rough idea. Thanks.
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November 17, 2014, 03:06:29 PM
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Hello,

If you are still interested in launching your own local exchange, we recommend taking a look at the AlphaPoint white label bitcoin exchange platform. AlphaPoint is based out of New York, founded by financial technology experts with more than 30+ years of experience building risk management, trading, and exchange platform technology.

Some Features:

Rapid Scalability – The AlphaPoint platform is an enterprise solution capable of processing nearly a million transactions a second.

Flexible Architecture – The flexibility and modularity of the AlphaPoint platform allow traders and institutions to connect through a variety of APIs (e.g. preferring FIX Gateway over another) and support any digital or fiat currency.

Security - Multi-signature deposit addresses ensure digital assets are safe even in the event of a security breach. Built from the start with ultimate importance given to security, the AlphaPoint platform is rigorously scrutinized to eliminate corner-cases. Optimized with minimal exposure design patterns, your database and assets are secured with military grade practices.


Some relevant links:
http://www.coindesk.com/alphapoint-1-35-million-intel-bitcoin-exchanges/
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/cryptocurrency-exchange-platform-alphapoint-partners-bitfinex-support-growth/

Learn more: www.alphapoint.com

Best,

AlphaPoint Team
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March 24, 2018, 06:49:32 AM
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Hello
Greetings!!!

I just read your post to build a White label exchange software and as per our expertise, I Can easily assist you with the solution to build a White label exchange.

I have a great experience in building exchanges and have built many centralized and decentralized exchange but now we have come up with new solution for saving money and making exchange more secure. For, this we can build our exchange in which we will keep some modules as centralized and some as decentralized.

Rest, I would request you to please share share your good time to schedule a call to discuss more about it.
You can also DM me at,
Telegram: @arunsachdeva
Mail: arun@revinfotech.com

Hope to hear from you soon with a positive response.
Thanks and Regards,
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March 24, 2018, 07:23:27 AM
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I am not a big supporter of any white label products, but if you have no other option, then you have to do that. The thing is, you never know what "backdoors" are written into their code and if your business will be safe in the future. We hear about exchanges being hacked and then we ask the question, why this is happening.  Roll Eyes

If in any way possible, get someone to review the code. <if it is Open source>

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March 24, 2018, 09:28:31 AM
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Dependence on 3rd party software ruins the exchange business at its base.

What?

If you're managing money, especially other people's money, you need to make sure everything is correct. If something goes wrong, you need to understand the whole system so that you can fix it and put it right. You can't just tell a customer "sorry, I don't really know what I'm doing so I can't help you".
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