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January 03, 2018, 04:46:59 PM
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I tried out the bot based on a friends recommendation, unknowingly as it was the first bot I had ever used and wanted to see what it was all about.  Then they forced me to buy and use Rubycoin to pump it.  A day later bittrex halted my trading and froze my account.  I asked these guys about it and they immediately banned my account from their slack channel for asking the "wrong" questions.  I posted something here and it was immediately deleted from their bitcointalk forum post.  So id like to post this to let everyone who is new to bots know how that went down.  Buyer beware.  Here is an old post I found below regarding how they are making money from your account.

http://boards.4chan.org/biz/thread/5662800/traderdaddy-bot-scam

I looked more into a bot called Trader Daddy. You are required to trade at least .25 btc of the devs own coin on top of holding 500 rubycoin in reserve. His alias is fuzzyhobbit on his rubycoin.slack and he bans people for asking too many questions. I tracked the amount of BTC that was being traded and the bot does not reflect the actual amount in your bittrex account. It turns out that he is able to pump coins people are trading with his bot and he is able to pump and dump and make a spread on your trades.

Traderdaddy.com

How is this legal? Is he allowed to remain anounymous and shill this product? There is no contact information at all. He makes it look like you're safe by only giving the API code options of buy/sell only, but he just pumps and dumps for his own benefit. Fuck this guy fuzzyhobbit, stay away fro, Traderdaddy.
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September 08, 2018, 11:12:56 AM
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Traderdaddy is not working any more, but it was a legit project. Worked for me and generated a small plus in bitcoin.

But Bittrex banned the bot. Legit project, but I think: abandoomed

Sorry guys, english is not my first language ...
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