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May 24, 2018, 08:55:47 AM
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I have  an idea  for  a  society.

I have no  coding skills.  

I would like to  start  a wallet  type  of  company...  but  I have no  coding skills.

How  can  I  start  this  company  without having  coding skill?    Where  can I find  the  coders? How  to  get in touch with them, and  how  to be sure they  won't  run away  with my Idea   and  coding  it  by them selves?

I have tought  about Fiverr... but it  seems low  quality...

I am  EU... do I  need to register  the company=P?   SEC  regulation?

It  WILL BE  a  coinbase like  type  of  wallet /exange




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May 24, 2018, 09:39:10 AM
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It's easy to find people to do the coding, but there is no idea what you can do against your stolen property.
I am looking forward to developing the title track
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May 24, 2018, 10:57:50 AM
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You have poor english skills and seemingly no experience in the space. No offense, but do you think someone will take you seriously? And what makes your idea stand out? You should know that great ideas without a network of professionals providing the means to implement and promote them, are basically worth 0. What you are looking into creating without the proper knowledge will surely suffer from serious security flaws. Which spell doom in this space at the first sign of emergence, especially for unknown projects. I'd suggest trying something else.

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