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July 29, 2018, 07:47:30 PM
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I'm the developer of the classic Bitcoin Can app (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/bitcoin-can/9nblggh22hz9). I'm currently working on a new trading proxy product, think of it as a trading bot harness.

At this early stage, I'm looking for cryptocurrency day traders that are interested in a streamlined automated trading experience. I need your feedback on the kind of features that you think would be useful. In return, you will get early access to the product before public release along with the opportunity to shape it (and bragging rights of course if it ends up being good). Hopefully, you will be able to make better trades using this product.

I am looking for traders that:
1. Know what they are doing. As in, you are actually making profits from your trades overall.
2. Currently trade on GDAX.
3. Use an iPhone or a Windows 10 PC.
4. Can keep the details of the product secret until its public announcement.

You do not need any scripting experience, nor do you need to share any information about yourself or buy anything of any sort.

This is not an advertisement, so I'm not sharing specifics publicly for now. I'm also not looking for public feedback or suggestions at this time.

If you are interested in taking part of this and contributing your ideas, please send me a private message and we will discuss the specifics.

Cheers.
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July 29, 2018, 07:51:49 PM
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Does this involve using the testing bot on the accounts which are trading on GDAX actively? If that's the case, what is the guarantee that the bot wouldn't misbehave/steal currencies from a users account? Not trying to doubt your product but people have fell victim to such scams before.

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July 31, 2018, 03:49:26 AM
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Does this involve using the testing bot on the accounts which are trading on GDAX actively? If that's the case, what is the guarantee that the bot wouldn't misbehave/steal currencies from a users account? Not trying to doubt your product but people have fell victim to such scams before.

Good question. There is no requirement to use actual live accounts for our purposes. GDAX provides sandboxed accounts for experimentation with fake currency.
However, should you decide to eventually use a live account, you would still be able to limit the permissions given to the API key generated to only allow operations that you want to allow (for example, it does not make sense to give it permissions to send coins at all). This would eliminate the risk of "stealing" currencies, but would not eliminate the risk of misbehaving which is an inherent risk in any new software. We aim to mitigate that risk by doing sufficient testing before encouraging (or even allowing) anybody to use live accounts with our system.
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July 31, 2018, 07:55:03 PM
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I created a similar tool for automating trade but pre-eminent with a common customer account on the stock market. This is, of course, a matter of trust, but thanks to this we have the opportunity to reduce the commission on such large stock exchanges as Poloniex or Binance. This tool is free and you can see it here https://www.at.systems/ - Do you do something similar?
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August 03, 2018, 04:29:07 AM
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I created a similar tool for automating trade but pre-eminent with a common customer account on the stock market. This is, of course, a matter of trust, but thanks to this we have the opportunity to reduce the commission on such large stock exchanges as Poloniex or Binance. This tool is free and you can see it here https://www.at.systems/ - Do you do something similar?

I took a look at your tool, and it looks pretty handy. I have some concerns with its security model, but overall it seems to be well-built. Good job.

What I'm building is a another kind of automation with a different focus. But of course the same objective: making us all richer!
It is more of a framework, rather than a bot.

In that sense, if your system has enough user volume and exposes the right APIs, we might be able to collaborate once/if this framework is eventually built and have at.systems be one of our targets (assuming users trust your security model). Thus get you more traffic, and more options for our users.
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