The AMIS exchange platform runs entirely on the blockchain, which means:
- no limits, no sign-up, no waiting for support to verify you;
- it cannot be shutdown - not even by its creators;
- you don’t need to trust anyone to look after your coins.
AMIS DEX aims to be the leading decentralized exchange for trading AMIS along with other Ethereum assets, it features an on-chain orderbook built-in with order matching engine. and to help grow an ecosystem of smart contracts trading with each other (and with you).
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Latest AMIS (AMIS) - USD Historical Price Chart
24 hours AMIS price candlesticks in USD (source CryptoCompare)
AMIS DEX Exchange is beta live first products
AMIS DEX Exchange future cross-pairs offers will listed here: Main product portfolio
If you don't have an Ethereum account, you could try out our AMIS DEX Demo Exchange with built-in matching engine - it's a simulation running in your browser. To make it more exciting, there's some simulated trading bots too - can you beat them?
If you have an Ethereum account with Metamask, switch your account to Ropsten and try out AMIS DEX Exchange on Ropsten with built-in matching engine - It's using the Ropsten Ethereum network.
Where can I trade AMIS ? What are the best Exchanges ? Is there a list or an index of dex ?
The list of exchanges for AMIS Coins/tokens can be found HERE:
Examples of exchanges we think are interesting include:
|Rating||DEX Exchange Name||URL||CoinMarketCap||Cryptocompare||Coingecko||DexTracker|
What can I trade on AMIS Exchange?
Coins/tokens based on Ethereum (such as ERC20 tokens) can be traded, either against Ethereum or against other tokens know as cross pair trading.
And of course, you will be able to trade The AMIS Token as well.
How does AMIS Exchange compare to other decentralized exchanges?
When we looked around, we found that other decentralized exchanges tended to compromise. Often they use an off-chain matching engine (meaning they are still vulnerable to downtime and hacking), and often they offer a much poorer trading experience than a traditional exchange.
We were determined to offer a full limit order book with automatic best execution running entirely on-chain - and thanks to our unique order book representation we succeeded, meeting our five goals:
- no off-chain matching engine so no servers to shut down or be hacked;
- a full limit order book, giving clients the best possible price and the trading features you expect;
- clients don’t need to install any special P2P software;
- low fees (none for makers, 0.2% for takers);
- open platform - rather than just being an exchange we want to grow an ecosystem of smart contracts trading with each other.
Read more about this topic in our blog post: How AMIS Exchange compares to other exchanges.
Press, News and partners?
We invite you to take a look at some of the best sites promoting AMIS project
Who’s behind AMIS Exchange?
In one sense, no-one is - the exchange runs entirely on the Ethereum blockchain, and the open source web UI is statically hosted on github (pending move to Swarm).
AMIS Exchange is being developed by Amisolution.
It is a fork of the amazing work done by Kieran Elby, a technologist with a background in algorithmic trading systems. He previously spent over a decade building secure, high volume gambling sites for leading bookmakers. He first dabbled in bitcoin in 2013 before flipping to Ethereum in 2015.
Are there downsides to being 100% on-chain?
Yes - transaction times are much slower than a centralised exchange. This is hard to avoid - 1000s of Ethereum nodes worldwide need to agree on the state of the orderbook (without trusting each other). You won’t find High Frequency Traders on AMIS Exchange - not necessarily a bad thing for everyone else! We’ve also had to reduce the number of price levels offered to allow us to perform best execution on-chain - so you’ll see prices like 1.23, not 1.2298502.
OK, but how do I withdraw cash from AMIS Exchange?
AMIS Exchange does not interface with the traditional banking system, so if you need cash in your bank account, you’ll need to use a third-party to turn your Ethereum or Ethereum tokens into cash.
Over time, we’re confident that withdrawing to a bank account will become less necessary for many clients as:
- more coins and tokens are built on top of Ethereum, so transactions stay on-chain;
- more merchants accept payments in Ethereum or Ethereum-based tokens;
- more companies offer stable Ethereum tokens backed by fiat currency.
In particular, we're hoping ERC20 tokens backed by Bitcoin and USD (and other currencies) will become popular - AMIS Exchange will then be able to offer fiat pairs. Do we dare consider making a Balboa pegged digital asset or NZ Dollar backed token? ;)
What are your fees? How does AMIS Exchange make money?
Because we’re not dealing with banks, or user sign-ups, or hosting providers, we have much lower costs than traditional exchanges.
We guarantee to:
- never charge any fees for depositing or withdrawing Ethereum, or Ethereum-based tokens;
- never charge any trading fees for orders that add liquidity to the exchange (that is, orders that rest on the book);
- never charge a trading fee of more than 0.2% for orders that take liquidity from the exchange (that is, orders that match against an order on the book)
In order to avoid relying on trading fees, we hope to offer value-added products and services that build on top of our core exchange - see roadmap below.
What’s on the AMIS Exchange roadmap?
|completed||✔ Demo and Testnet (play-money) releases|
|completed||✔ Main-net (real-money) soft-launch
(initially needs MetaMask / MyEtherWallet and offers just a few token pairs)
|2018||Respond to initial feedback, offer more token pairs|
|2018||Ethereum account management - work on any device (including mobile) without needing MetaMask / MyEtherWallet|
|Q3 2018||Improved user interface and price charts|
|Q4 2018||Multi-language web UI (e.g. Spanish, French, Simplified Chinese)|
|tbc||Host AMIS Exchange front-end in Swarm/IPFS for total unstoppability|
|tbc||Solidity SDK for writing smart contracts that trade on AMIS Exchange - e.g. for maintaining a pool of reserves, running crowdsales|
Follow the link for a more detailed roadmap "AMIS Forum Live" Roadmap
Perhaps you have some ideas for smart tokens that can be traded on our exchange, or for autonomous smart contracts that place orders into the exchange - we look forward to seeing what can be done with a fully on-chain trading venue.
Give me some technical details!
Take a look at our OnChainOrderBookV013b smart contract here: OnChainOrderBookV013b.sol.
Take a look at our OnChainOrderBookV013b smart contract here:OnChainOrderBookV013b.sol.
Our live contract OnChainOrderBookV012b is here: OnChainOrderBookV012b.sol.
We’re publishing details of how our contracts work on our blog - see our first technical post.
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