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August 07, 2012, 10:36:13 AM
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I, personally, believe there is a higher chance of success for an anonymous exchange in onionland than a p2p approach.. I don't feel like making individual cash transfers directly to my trading partner. I would prefer to trust an anonymous (TOR-) exchange.

The old problem, of course, is how to fund it.
I don't know a good solution to this. However, you could as well have all funds go in and out in bitcoin only. The dollar equivalent only exists in the books. For trading only this should work. Of course it would not work for anonymously cashing in and cashing out. But that is a problem with all existing exchanges too.

Or find some anonymous way to load fiat into it.

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March 14, 2013, 05:15:44 AM
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what is the state of the art? which tools/frameworks do you use to trade on crypto exchanges?

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March 14, 2013, 07:37:28 AM
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Well, I guess it's impossible you missed the Ripple storm by now ;-)
No idea if it's to be considered state-of-the-art, or even fits your criteria, but it surely is the most active project, at the moment.

Less hassle with less/no bankwires needed, but obviously strongly non-anonymous..

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December 14, 2013, 08:33:07 PM
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Have there been any more open source trading platforms released, cause some of these have abandoned and/or gone closed source.
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December 17, 2013, 12:15:58 AM
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ripple.com released their server code, one gateway there (JustCoin) also released their server code for their gateway, the project is called "snow" - it's poorly documented though.

I am also struggline with finding open trading/charting software and what's even worse, it is VERY hard to find universally accepted APIs to connect to this software! A lot of them seem to just display data from yahoo finance or import CSV-files...

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December 24, 2014, 02:17:35 AM
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Have there been any more open source trading platforms released, cause some of these have abandoned and/or gone closed source.
Yes, of course.Peatio is an open source cryptocurrency exchange project.Website http://www.peat.io/ and Github https://github.com/peatio/peatio/issues, we have received 467 stars and 188 forks.

With Peatio , you can build your own bitcion exchange more easily. Now there are several bitcoin exchanges based on Peatio, e.g. yunbi exchange www.yunbi.com
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December 24, 2014, 03:02:04 AM
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Is anyone interested in starting a bounty for building something like this?
Is anyone interested in donating BTCs for a project like this?
Are there any programmers interested in working on a project like this? (getting paid in bounty or volunteer)
I'm a member of Peatio team .Peatio is an open source crytocurrency exchange project . With Peatio, you can build your own bitcoin exchange more easily . Unitl now , there are several bitcoin exchange based on Peatio , e.g. yunbi exchange www.yunbi.com. Yunbi exchange is one of the most popular bitcoin exchanges.

We hope more and more bitcoin communities build their open source bitcoin exchange. We also hope more and more programmers can join the project.

Want to learn more:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=903246.0
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November 30, 2015, 02:36:31 PM
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Does an Open Source Trading Platform exist?
Would this be a good solution for existing/new BTC exchanges?

Some links to help you get started or make your exchange better...

Trading Platform - Exchange/market side:


Trading Platform & Protocols - Order entry side:

P2P Trading Platforms & Threads

Thank you for this compilation, i know the thread has no answers since a half year at least so i would want to ask if there are new projects that should be added. I think it is a valuable ressource.

 

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December 03, 2015, 07:58:34 AM
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which one of them works like coinbase? that you can buy bitcoin or other coins without exchange

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December 03, 2015, 06:00:43 PM
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I, personally, believe there is a higher chance of success for an anonymous exchange in onionland than a p2p approach.. I don't feel like making individual cash transfers directly to my trading partner. I would prefer to trust an anonymous (TOR-) exchange.

The old problem, of course, is how to fund it.
I don't know a good solution to this. However, you could as well have all funds go in and out in bitcoin only. The dollar equivalent only exists in the books. For trading only this should work. Of course it would not work for anonymously cashing in and cashing out. But that is a problem with all existing exchanges too.

Or find some anonymous way to load fiat into it.

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I run an I2P cryptocurrency exchange, we use nubits as an alternative to fiat for trading.

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