Apply for Listing¶
The BasicSwap DEX lets you trade a range of cryptocurrencies in total privacy and without third-party assistance. And thanks to its open-source framework, anyone can add new coins to the DEX.
This guide will show you how to add new coins to the BasicSwap DEX; either by manually integrating them or by submitting a coin listing application to the BasicSwap team.
BasicSwap is a cross-chain DEX that makes on-chain swaps. For this reason, each coin integration has to be worked out on a case-by-case basis. If you struggle to integrate a coin manually, consider submitting a listing application request.
Thanks to its open-source nature, it is possible for anyone to submit their own coin integrations on Github. When successfully merged into the code, anyone with an up-to-date version of BasicSwap can then trade that new coin.
The following requirements are up-to-date with BasicSwap’s latest version (v0.20).
Because BasicSwap is an entirely cross-chain DEX, there are basic requirements that a coin must possess to be readily integrated.
Uses UTXO scripts
Has CLTV or CSV
Has Segwit enabled
Works with watch-only addresses
Testing for Requirements¶
In most cases, BasicSwap’s requirements test script can help you quickly determine whether a coin can be readily integrated or not.
If a coin does not pass the test or misses a few requirements, don’t worry; it can probably still be integrated but may require the BasicSwap team to work on a custom integration framework. If that’s your case, consider submitting a listing application request.
Install BasicSwap and ensure you are running the latest version (v0.20).
Open the basicswap folder in a terminal.
Navigate to where the test script is located.
Run the script by typing the following command while making sure to put the right destination folder for your coin’s core.
py requirements.python ~/Applications/particl/bin/particld -d
If the coin you want to integrate meets all the requirements mentioned above, then there are good chances you will be able to add it to the DEX.
But remember, new coin integrations remain a case-by-case process that varies depending on what coin is being integrated.
With this in mind, you can check how other coins that may be similar to yours have been integrated into the DEX and derive your own process from these examples. Click on the numbers next to each coin’s name to study their integration code.
Apply for a Listing¶
Alternatively, you can send us a listing application. This is a great option if your coin does not meet most of the requirements or if you would rather focus your development resources elsewhere.
Please note, however, that on top of adding new coins, we are also constantly working on tackling our roadmap; improving and growing BasicSwap in the process. For this reason, we cannot guarantee a swift integration for all applicants.
To submit a listing application for your coin, follow this link: https://BasicSwapDEX.com/apply
To bump the priority of your application, consider pledging a donation to our open-source developers as part of your application.
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