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February 28, 2014, 12:22:38 PM
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Hello everyone. In December I announced a trading app I was developing. Here it is: http://coinancier.com/

At the time I thought I'd be able to finance it completely on my own, however the recent Gox bankruptcy completely burned my savings (was unlucky enough to hold em all on Gox at the time, although I rarely do it). Now I'm really facing a difficult choice of working on the app part-time or asking for an investment. I will probably go down the first road anyway, since I'm not really into taking people's money. But just in case we happen to agree on the terms and a potential investor is a great and trustworthy person, I'd be willing to negotiate.

The money in question is $15k for 3-4 months until the release. Share is negotiable. No official contracts/incorporation though, I don't have neither time nor money for lawyering up.
I have lots of things coded already and can show you the code and a small demo on Skype.
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Also, just to clarify, it is not an opensource/free app. I'm planning to charge users , much like RTBTC.com does (they are competitors, but the quality of their software remains low - it's laggy as hell and unusable in critical moments).
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