A list of decentralized marketplaces and decentralized marketplace protocols. Decentralized marketplaces are software applications that enable discovery between online buyers and sellers without having to rely on a central third-party server. Decentralized marketplace protocols are software standards that enable different marketplace interfaces to be interoperable with one another. These protocols are often implemented in reference applications that can be used to access a decentralized marketplace or network of marketplaces.
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Decentralized marketplace protocols
|district0x||web||github||whitepaper||(operating)||Aragon, d0xINFRA, Ethereum, IPFS|
|OpenBazaar||web||github||N/A1||(operating)||IPFS, Ricardian contracts|
|Marketplace||URL||Repo||Status||Protocol||Supported currencies||Supported platforms|
|Decentraland Marketplace||web||github||(operating)||Ethereum||MANA, LAND||Web|
|LBRY||web||github||(operating)||LBRY||LBRY||Linux, Mac, Windows (Android, iOS in development)|
|OpenBazaar||web||github||(operating)||OpenBazaar||Receive: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Zcash. Send: All ShapeShift currencies.||Linux, Mac, Windows|
|Origin||web||github||(operating)||Origin||ETH, ERC-20 tokens||Web|
1 OpenBazaar protocol spec: https://docs.openbazaar.org/03.-OpenBazaar-Protocol/ ↩
Marketplace: The name of the application used to access the decentralized marketplace (or network of marketplaces).
Protocol: The name of the protocol used.
Repo: repository where the source code of the application or protocol is stored.
Status: the current state of development and operation.
- Developing: not live, currently under development.
- Operating: live, working implementation available.
Supported currencies: currencies supported by the application for buying and selling goods and services in the marketplace.
Supported platforms: computing platforms supported by the application.
Tech stack: software primitives or dependencies used by the protocol.
URL: main website of the project.
Whitepaper: original reference document describing the protocol.
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