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Bisq.Network DEX adds Unobtanium to its Distributed Trustless Exchange

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(Bisq is formerly known as BitSquare. This post has been updated)


Bisq.Network has added UNO to their decentralized trustless exchange!



If you have never used Bisq (and I had not until yesterday) you will find its not like any other exchange you've encountered.


Bisq requires you download a java app to connect to their network of traders. 







Once you work through the small learning curve, it's pretty easy to use. It just takes a little getting used to. 


Trades occur slower than on an exchange, not nearly as fast as a centralized exchange.




Here's a screen shot of setting up a UNO trade.







Lets say you want to sell UNO on Bisq.network



Before you can create a trade, you have to send Bitcoin to your Bisq wallet address.


There is a deposit (in this case .01 btc) to guarantee the trade and prevent spam, but it is refunded after the transaction completes.








If you would like to try buying or selling Uno, I have some trades posted on Bisq... 


This is my Portfolio page







Like I said, this is a different kind of exchange, a different paradigm for thinking about how trades can be accomplished without requiring trust. 



I'm glad UNO has this new arrow in it's quiver of tools. If Cryptsy/MintPal/MtGox and high profile exchange hacks have you concerned, or if you would just like to learn something different, go download the Bisq app and give it a try.  



Edited by FallingKnife
Bisq is formerly known as BitSquare. This post has been updated (see edit history)

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