dubiex - A fully decentralized, no fees, ethereum exchange for tokens

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This repository contains dubiex related contracts developed by The Singularity Group team.

https://www.dubiex.com/
https://github.com/nionis/dubiex

Dependencies:

ethjs : ^0.3.1
promise-sequential : ^1.1.1
truffle : ^4.0.4
truffle-hdwallet-provider : 0.0.3
zeppelin-solidity : ^1.5.0

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