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January 08, 2018, 11:58:21 PM

Subject says it all... I have an idea for a cryptocurrency website that I think can be profitable but right now it's just in my head. I'm willing to devote near 100% of my time to it and am looking for a business partner who can code websites and comes with knowledge of cryptos.

In particular, my website will connect to several APIs and will need to datamine/analyze potentially large abstract data. Candidates will need experience with websites, in addition to the API and datamining components.

Willing to pay cash or cryptocurrency temporarily to a partner or give longer term equity interest. I'm located in North Texas - I can definitely work with a non-local or offshore partner, but give priority to folks who are not terribly far away.

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January 09, 2018, 08:48:50 AM

Hey OP, just an FYI, it sounds like you're looking for more than a coder. You need a programmer or developer that will be able to write the proper languages to code the plugins/widgets that you need for datamining. I doubt that there are any open-source plugins available for the type of work that you're looking for, but I would recommend looking at WordPress as an option for a Content Management System for your website.

I'd also recommend checking out for some developers; I've had a decent amount of success hiring freelancers from the website, but just make sure to be thorough with your questioning there. If you need additional guidance, feel free to send me a PM; I can help you write a list of things you'll need to hire the right candidate and hopefully point you in the right direction.


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January 11, 2018, 04:02:23 PM

I second that - sounds like 3 totally different tasks (plus maybe requirements engineering and project management) which makes it quite hard to find in 1 person.
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