There is an external website called warframe.market that implemented a trade board. It is the closest thing to an auction house for Warframe we currently have. warframe.market is not affiliated with DE. This means there some minor technical hassles when it comes to the use of warframe.market while you are playing Warframe.
How to use warframe.market
You use warframe.market to find potential sellers or buyers but the actual trade has to be done in Warframe. That is why you have to tab-out of Warframe a lot; meaning press ATL+TAB on Windows PC to minimize Warframe and bring up a browser.
Buying something from warframe.market does is straight forward.
tab out of Warframe
open warframe.market in your browser
search for the item you want to buy
use the icon to copy whisper-text for Warframe
switch back into Warframe
paste whisper-text by using CTRL+V
this opens up a separate tab for communication
do your trading
Selling requires you to create an account on warframe.market first. Part of the registration is verifying you Warframe ingame name. This stops random people from creating fake accounts. Once your account is verified you can start selling items. Items can be added at the bottom of the website.
How to be visible
When people look for items sellers can have 3 different status: offline – seller is not logged into warframe.market dont buy from him online on site – user is logged in on warframe.market online in game – user is logged in on warframe.market and toggled the switch “Online” (in game)
Online in game is just a toggle on the website seller can active or deactivate. And some sellers forget to toggle it in the right position. You will see some online in game sellers that cannot be reached ingame. But you will also have sellers that are actually online in game but forgot to set the status to indicate it correctly.
Dont forget to toggle your online status when you sell on warframe.market
Software engineer by day and gamer by night. I fall into the group of casual core adult gamers and prefer video games over TV. I tend to play almost exclusively on PC but have a 3DS for offline situations like holidays. Being an adult gamer means that I have only limited time for video games, around 5-10 hours per week. I mostly enjoy playing short narrative or puzzle games from independent developers but will occasionally pick up a narrative heavy game from a big publisher. I enjoy talking about the Indie gems I played and once a month I will dive deep into one video game related topic with an essay.