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May 21, 2018, 11:29:09 PM
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Hi!

My name is Mike and i consider myself to be a upper middle lower top level of comprehension of crypto stuff. been in it since 2013 and can honestly say i'm probably more technologically advanced than my friends before i started working.  I'm good at thinking with crypto abstractly (I created an atomic swap trustless p2p exchange script before that was a thing... fuck me).  So i want to make clear that i work in the industry and i know my stuff and really am looking for the real experts. 

I would like to discuss some topics that one would face in developing crypto exchanges.

Here are the area's I'm looking to talk to an expert about

- managing hundreds of different wallets for different coin clients (i know how addrss prefixes allow for easy dealing with most bitcoin derived coins, and of course all the token standards for eth, but I'm talking about the whole picture, including random coins with their own wallets like iota sia etc.

- server set up/networking rules for a secure set up

- ill think of more later


You will be compensated fairly.  It really depends on how much you know, and i'm sorry but dont be offended if i say I'm looking for someone who knows a little bit more about a topic, maybe theres something else relevant you know a lot about. 
20-500$ per hour depending on credentials/skill overlap
email mistah-mikel@protonmail.com
or text me here 917 266 1790
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Interested in your project. Sent you a PM. Your email address in your post doesn't seem to be working.
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August 30, 2018, 07:49:42 AM
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Hi!

My name is Mike and i consider myself to be a upper middle lower top level of comprehension of crypto stuff. been in it since 2013 and can honestly say i'm probably more technologically advanced than my friends before i started working.  I'm good at thinking with crypto abstractly (I created an atomic swap trustless p2p exchange script before that was a thing... fuck me).  So i want to make clear that i work in the industry and i know my stuff and really am looking for the real experts. 

I would like to discuss some topics that one would face in developing crypto exchanges.

Here are the area's I'm looking to talk to an expert about

- managing hundreds of different wallets for different coin clients (i know how addrss prefixes allow for easy dealing with most bitcoin derived coins, and of course all the token standards for eth, but I'm talking about the whole picture, including random coins with their own wallets like iota sia etc.

- server set up/networking rules for a secure set up

- ill think of more later


You will be compensated fairly.  It really depends on how much you know, and i'm sorry but dont be offended if i say I'm looking for someone who knows a little bit more about a topic, maybe theres something else relevant you know a lot about. 
20-500$ per hour depending on credentials/skill overlap
email mistah-mikel@protonmail.com
or text me here 917 266 1790




We are ready to do your project as per your needs.

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