0x Launch Kit: Build an Exchange in Under a Minute 🚀📈
0x Launch Kit is the easiest way to create your own 0x-based cryptoasset exchange. Use one of our beautifully-crafted UIs as is, edit one to meet your needs, or build your own, all using our professionally-engineered backend to manage, validate, and serve 0x orders.
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- Run the wizard and load the Docker image
npx @0x/launch-kit-wizard && docker-compose up
- When Docker is done loading, and the frontend image is done building, open your browser to check out your new exchange. It will be running at the port you specified in the wizard (default is http://localhost:3001/)
Table of contents
Launch a 0x relayer in under a minute with Launch Kit. This repository contains an open-source, free-to-use 0x relayer template that you can use as a starting point for your own project.
- Quickly launch a market for your community token
- Seemlessly create an in-game marketplace for digital items and collectibles
- Enable trading of any ERC-20 or ERC-721 asset
Launch Kit is split into two separate repos:
- 0x Launch Kit Frontend: ERC-20 and ERC-721 relayer UIs
- 0x API: An API that supports the Standard Relayer API specification.
This repo contains a Docker image that will run both codebases simultaneously for easy deployment, but you can also clone or fork each repo independently.
0x-api is a Typescript node codebase that uses Express to run an HTTP server.
0x-launch-kit-frontend is a TypeScript codebase and uses React + Thunk to create and manage the UI.
Note some installations of Docker on windows don't support forwarding
localhost to the Docker VM. You may be required to update references of
192.168.99.100 or the
docker-machine ip equivalent. These values should be replaced during the Wizard prompts and when navigating to the frontend website.
Frequently Asked Questions
For solutions to frequently asked questions, please read through the FAQ
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