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June 12, 2018, 02:48:36 AM

Hi there,

I have been trading cryptos for the past 2 years and I am looking to build a price tracking tool that alerts me (aka, "wake me up at night") when the price of a certain token goes over or below a certain price.

I want to build this application using NodeJS / MongoDB as I am familiar with it. However I'm a bad developer and I need help.

My roommate built something similar in the past using Java and it was all console based. I had to use Postman to interact with the backend and create alerts and it was not user friendly at all... However, it worked pretty well and allowed me to close some awesome trades that would have never been possible without this tool.

This is why I want to do something similar, but web based with a very simple UI that tracks different assets and use Audio + Visual notifications when something goes up or down.

I really see value in this as it will help day-trader make money by not missing a trade. My goal is to charge a very small fee for people to use this tool (1 or 2$ / month after a 30 days free trial), or even a free version with non-intrusive ads on it. I haven't decided yet.

If you have experience building web apps in Node, MongoDB, REST Apis and if you are interested to work with me on this small project, please shoot me an email at and I will give you more details about the requirements.

We can work a deal by splitting the profits generated from paid users / ads or I can pay you for your work in BTC or any other asset.

Have a wonderful day and happy trading !


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