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November 17, 2017, 07:55:59 PM
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Hi guys,

After posting here a while back about Tradedash.io (our desktop client software), I got a lot of emails from people asking us to open up the software for anyone to install.
Well, we've now published a new version with a host of new features including opportunity discovery, news, better charting, real-time market data, themes and much more. All of which is available for instant download.

https://i.imgur.com/tfxf4e3.png
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https://i.imgur.com/uvwt3O7.png

About Tradedash:
Tradedash is a desktop software for Windows and Mac that connects directly via a socket to the Bittrex exchange and provide you with superior charting and trading tools than what most exchanges currently offer. Everything is encrypted and stored on your local machine; nothing goes through our servers (except for search queries for obvious reasons).

Right now we only support Bittrex but if you'd like to see any other exchanges added to this software, feel free to send us an email to contact@tradedash.io and we'll prioritize based on demand!

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Sam.Tradedash
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There are several different types of Bitcoin clients. EWallets such as Coinbase are like banks -- a central organization has complete control over your money. You shouldn't put much money in EWallets.
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any review or experience with this software? It seems pretty cool but I cant find any reviews online  Huh
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