|Original author(s)||Steve Dekorte, Rich Collins, Adam Thorsen, Chris Robertson|
|Operating system||OS X|
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In 2013, Steve Dekorte wrote a rough specification for a market based on a decentralized version of peer-to-peer marketplace NashX.[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. 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.
Bitmarkets operates over the Tor anonymity network and is built on the Bitmessage communications protocol for privacy.
- "Bitcoin and the Cypherpunks". Reason. 2015-04-10.
- "Episode 13". P2P Connects Us Podcast. 2015-02-06.
- "Bitmarkets: the app for selling anything to anyone in complete privacy". The Guardian. 2014-12-11.
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