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February 14, 2014, 01:39:48 AM
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Hi,

We have been developing a high frequency trading / arbitrage bot for the BTC-e exchange. We have not reached a successful point in which we have the bot making profitable trades. We are no working on consistency and usability as a SASS . To continue the development for consumers we need funding. So we are gauging interest for those interested in supporting/ funding. The project would go live on kickstarted.com with the following backer tiers:
$50 - Finished trading bot.exe (not as a SASS), access to the projects private Git

$10 - early bird price for finished trading bot as a service
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February 15, 2014, 05:34:01 AM
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yeah right. Come back when you have some history and trust.

I'm short btc right now anyhow. Who wants a closed source, paid bot that doesn't make profit when there are free open source ones which are profitable?

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