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Original author(s)Steve Dekorte, Rich Collins, Adam Thorsen, Chris Robertson
Initial release2014
Stable release
Written inObjective-C
    Operating systemOS X
    Size30 MiB
    Available inEnglish
    TypeOnline marketplace
    LicenseMIT License Logo.png Search Bitmarkets on Amazon.

    Bitmarkets is a free and open-source decentralized online marketplace that uses the cryptocurrency bitcoin.[1]


    In 2013, Steve Dekorte wrote a rough specification for a market based on a decentralized version of peer-to-peer marketplace NashX.[2][unreliable source?] Steve and developer Chris Robinson began work on Bitpost as a means of testing a Bitmessage framework; they were later joined by Adam Thorsen and Rich Collins, who helped create Bitmarkets.[2][3] The first working version of Bitmarkets was demoed at the Bitcoin conference in May 2014 and the public beta was released on their website on November 19, 2014.[citation needed]


    Bitmarkets operates over the Tor anonymity network and is built on the Bitmessage communications protocol for privacy.[3]

    See also[edit]

    • OpenBazaar


    1. "Bitcoin and the Cypherpunks". Reason. 2015-04-10.
    2. 2.0 2.1 "Episode 13". P2P Connects Us Podcast. 2015-02-06.
    3. 3.0 3.1 "Bitmarkets: the app for selling anything to anyone in complete privacy". The Guardian. 2014-12-11.

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