We were tasked with developing a P2P exchange PEER2GO with support for several fiat currencies, popular cryptocurrencies and payment systems.
Our team worked out the concept of a P2P exchanger in detail, analyzing in detail the goals and expectations of the client, as a result of which a full-fledged technical task for the development of a P2P exchanger was created.
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In the process of working with the client on the concept and terms of reference for the P2P exchanger, our team identified several important factors that determine both the technical implementation and the graphical interface of the exchanger. These are the following features:
Our team, together with the client, developed a technical task that takes into account all the features of the functionality, without which the client would not have received a full-fledged product.
In addition to the terms of reference for the PEER2GO P2P exchanger, a corporate identity and layouts of the graphical interface of the exchanger were prepared. After that, our team started developing the PEER2GO P2P exchange.
The first step was to deploy the backend (server part) and the frontend (graphical interface – client part) of the exchanger. Next, the backend was customized in accordance with the necessary functions:
After completion of the customization work, a fully working product was demonstrated to the client, based on the results of testing, our team made improvements according to the client’s suggestions. As a result, a P2P exchanger was obtained that most closely matches the terms of reference and the needs of the client. The development process of the P2P exchange took two months.
At the final stage, an open working version of the PEER2GO P2P exchange was launched. After the development was completed, the client received not only the finished product, but also comprehensive technical and user documentation for it, with the help of which the client can operate the P2P exchanger on his own.