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BTDEX - decentralized exchange, wallet, plotting, and mining tool

GPLv3

BTDEX is a decentralized exchange system running on the Signum blockchain. It implements a unique non-custodial exchange method for cryptocurrencies and conventional fiat currencies based on BlockTalk Smart Contracts and Signum on-chain encrypted messages. The exchange method is serverless and fees are distributed among Trade Token (TRT) holders.

You will also find more details at https://btdex.trade. Currently the following pairs are available with SIGNA:

  • BTC
  • ARRR
  • BCH
  • BNB
  • BSV
  • BUSDT
  • DOGE
  • ETH
  • HIVE
  • LTC
  • SSIGNA
  • XCH
  • XMR
  • XLA
  • WBNB
  • WSIGNA

Additionally, any Signum-based token can be listed instantly and traded.

Download

Check the releases and get the latest one.

Running on Windows

Just download the btdex-version-win_x64.zip latest release and extract it to a folder you have write rights. Double click on btdex.exe to start the application (it will create a file named config.properties inside the user AppData/btdex folder or use a file with that name if available on the same folder).

Running on Linux

Ubuntu and other Debian-based distributions

Just download the btdex_version_amd64.deb latest release and install it. The application BTDEX will be available on the system (config file will go to .config/btdex/ inside your home folder).

Running on MacOS

Just download the btdex-mac-version.zip latest release and uncompress the app. You can now run the app as usual (config file will go to .config/btdex/ inside your home folder).

General method without installing

Just download the btdex-version-all.jar latest release and copy it to a folder you have write rights (it will create a file named config.properties with your account details as described for different operating systems above). Run this jar file with Java 8 or 11 (the xdg-utils package is required to open your browser when necessary):

java -jar btdex-version-all.jar

Translations

If you want to see BTDEX on your own language or have suggestions on how to improve a translation, please join us at https://www.transifex.com/btdex/.

Compile from source

Clone this repository code and run the gradle build (requires Java 8 to build):

$ git clone https://github.com/btdex/btdex.git
$ cd btdex
$ ./gradlew release

The many resulting files will be found inside the build folder, like:

build/libs/btdex-all.jar

The Windows package will be found at:

build/distributions/btdex-win_x64.zip

Running on testnet

Edit your config.properties file and add the following lines:

testnet=True
node=http\://nivbox.co.uk\:6876

Minimum offer sizes

If you want to change the default minimum offer sizes, edit your config.properties for specific markets:

minOfferBTC=10000
minOfferETH=80000

API

You can enable the API by adding the following line on your config.properties file:

apiPort=9000

You can choose a port number other than 9000. The config file is usually found on the same folder where the BTDEX application is executed. If you installed a DEB (Linux) the config file is found at ~/.config/btdex. The API will be available at http://localhost:9000/api/v1/, with the following endpoints:

  • http://localhost:9000/api/v1/summary
  • http://localhost:9000/api/v1/ticker
  • http://localhost:9000/api/v1/orderbook/SIGNA_TRT (or any other pair listed on the summary)
  • http://localhost:9000/api/v1/trades/SIGNA_TRT (or any other pair listed on the summary)

Logging

By default, logging is disabled. Add/edit the following line on your config.properties to change the logging level:

logger=off

Logging level

The same logging level is used to print log messages to the console and as well as to log file, possible levels are:

  • OFF The highest possible log level. This is intended for disabling logging.
  • FATAL Indicates server errors that cause premature termination. These logs are expected to be immediately visible on the command line that you used for starting the server.
  • ERROR Indicates other runtime errors or unexpected conditions. These logs are expected to be immediately visible on the command line that you used for starting the server.
  • WARN Indicates the use of deprecated APIs, poor use of API, possible errors, and other runtime situations that are undesirable or unexpected but not necessarily wrong. These logs are expected to be immediately visible on the command line that you used for starting the server.
  • INFO Indicates important runtime events, such as server startup/shutdown. These logs are expected to be immediately visible on the command line that you used for starting the server . It is recommended to keep these logs to a minimum.
  • DEBUG Provides detailed information on the flow through the system. This information is expected to be written to logs only. Generally, most lines logged by your application should be written as DEBUG logs.
  • TRACE Provides additional details on the behavior of events and services. This information is expected to be written to logs only.

License

GPL license

Author

jjos

Donation address: S-JJQS-MMA4-GHB4-4ZNZU