PintSwap Docs

Passively Pinting

"But what if I am not at my computer". We understand. We want to trade without having to be at our desk.
The PintSwap orderbook is entirely P2P, so it means that your offers will only exist as long as they are loaded into the web app and being published.
There are two ways currently to host your limit orders without needing to be at your desk to sign approvals/messages as traders fill your trade.
In the Account tab, you can set a 0x prefixed private key, instead of relying on your in-browser wallet for key management. This allows PintSwap to automatically trade and sign messages according to the same trade logic. PintSwap is fully open source and hosted on IPFS, so you can verify that nothing extraneous is done with the key loaded in-page.
With the private key loaded, you can keep your browser tab active and your orderbook in publishing mode, but you won't have to manually sign messages as traders take your offers. As long as the browser lives, your orders can be filled.
To host your orderbook in a persistent way without a web browser, you can also use the CLI method. Refer to the PintSwap Daemon documentation in a later section which describes how to accomplish this. The great thing about the PintSwap p2p stack is that it works in both the browser, and can be embedded in other applications. The daemon is an example of a program that embeds the p2p stack via the @pintswap/sdk library, and is fully open source and documented.

Telegram Bot

Stay tuned for details on the PintSwap Telegram bot, which will allow you to operate a PintSwap Daemon instance that is fully managed, even if you are non-technical.