MyExchange™ is our new high performance ECN exchange
server that comes with complete C# source code, which allows anyone to
create their own equities, forex, futures, bonds or sports betting
exchange or even a fantasy stock trading game.
While the source code can be used to create an actual trading exchange,
it can also be used to create an ECN, which is a system that
facilitates trading outside of an actual exchange.
How do ECNs and exchanges differ? Exchanges can list securities, but
both exchanges and ECNs can orchestrate transactions, collect
transaction fees, and produce and sell market data. Exchanges govern
themselves with their own regulatory arms. ECNs on the other hand, are
regulated both by the SEC and by a national securities association (to
which any registered broker-dealer is required to belong).
High Performance and MVP Design Pattern
MyExchange™ consists of a very robust set of C#
applications that are based on the Model View Presenter design pattern.
The server has been tested with a simulated load of 10,000 simultaneous
Highly Customizable - Complete Source Code
MyExchange™ is a collection of C# applications that
are ready to be customized and implemented into your project. You can
customize the trading logic, risk engine or the order matching logic.
MyExchange™ is extensible and versatile, designed to help save you time
and possibly reduce your time to market.
The exchange you had envisioned can become a reality with MyExchange™
as your starting point!
If you've attempted to develop your own ECN / exchange from scratch,
you've probably experienced pain and difficulties. MyExchange™ can help
you avoid the difficulties of developing an exchange and possibly speed
your time to market.
Extremely Secure - Stanford Remote Password
MyExchange™ logins are secured by the Stanford
Remote Password protocol (SRP), which performs secure remote
authentication of short human-memorizable passwords and resists both
passive and active network attacks. SRP is used under license in
MyExchange™. You can read more about SRP at http://srp.stanford.edu/
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