DotWallet has ushered in a major upgrade after the launch of Badge! That is to say, the functions of "Cards" and "Trading Assets" are officially available to the public. It allows the ordering party to customize their orders and publish "buy/sell orders" to the trading market.
The question that arises is who becomes responsible if two parties fill orders between each other in this way without a so-called ‘Decentralized Exchange’?
The platform will allow the users to buy digital currencies in the Indian rupee at zero fees, OKEx CEO Jay Hao tells CoinGeek.
Africa has registered an all-time-high digital currency trading volume on P2P exchanges, according to a new report.
The largest state in India announced that they will be starting a blockchain-based solar energy trading platform that will allow for peer-to-peer trading.