Blockbar presents
Friday 30 March 2018

A workshop for running BarterDEX on a Raspberry Pi

Join us for a workshop to get started with BarterDEX, the liquidity provider of Komodo Platform (KMD). In this workshop, you will learn to set up your own liquidity provider and become your own market maker. You will learn how to trade using atomic swaps on the decentralised exchange BarterDEX running from your very own Raspberry Pi.

Built by Komodo, the world-leader in atomic swap technology, BarterDEX offers a decentralized tool (dApp) that allows anyone to make a coin conversion request of bitcoin- and Ethereum based tokens, finding a suitable match and complete the trade using an atomic cross-chain protocol. An atomic swap is a peer-to-peer trade of one cryptocurrency directly for another, without any direct IP contact between the two nodes or the use of an intermediary party.

Curious how the future of instant wallet-to-wallet trading will be? Come and build (the future)!

The workshop can be joined for free and will be run by Bartwr, Barv & Diesmaster, open source enthusiasts and decentralized blockchain experts. Sign up to secure your spot. We'll live stream the event on D.live! You can find a podcast on the event through our broadcasting partner: Blockrock.nl. This workshop is hosted by Blockbar (Blockchain Lab The Hague) and an example for future events sponsored by Komodo Pioneers.

Be your own market maker!

Who is it for?

It is recommended that you have some knowledge of cryptocurrency wallets and transactions. You don’t have to be a developer.

What will you need?

Obviously you need a Raspberry Pi if you want to run BarterDEX on it. If you don’t have one, it is fun if you buy one (Pi 3). You can get them for less than 50 Euros. But you can also just bring your laptop and we’ll go from there.

About BarterDEX

Download BarterDEX

About Komodo Platform

The Komodo project focuses on empowering users with freedom through blockchain technology. One of their powerful technologies is a new method of trading cryptocurrencies directly from one person to another through decentralized exchanges. BarterDEX, has been used to perform more than 80,000 Atomic Swaps by real-world users.


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