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Author Topic: How much does it cost to build an exchange like LocalBitcoins?  (Read 211 times)

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To start a cryptocurrency exchange like localbitcoins, you must need a premium localbitcoins clone script, and that will cost from $1000 to $4000. This is the approximate value of raw ready-made localbitcoins clone script.

This script may require some additional customization to execute trades properly. So the customization cost will be added to the purchase cost. Also based on the added plug-ins, API’s and other trading features, the cost may get varied for cryptocurrency exchange development companies

LocalBitcoins is the first cryptocurrency exchange, that offered online and offline trading features with escrow script. Those who are familiar with the cryptocurrency trading market having an eager to create an exchange like localbitcoins.

But, the primary concern here is, How much it will cost to set up an exchange like localbitcoins. As said above it requires a significant capital cost.

I would like to list out some of the benefits of starting an exchange platform like localbitcoins

You can easily create a brand name among traders.
Like so many leading Crypto exchange Platforms, you can also release your own Crypto coin.
You can list tokens and help entrepreneurs in launching their ICO

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