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February 22, 2019, 06:24:31 PM
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Hi there guys, please help me to identify the service   Huh
the only thing I have is a screenshot: Smiley

Maybe someone is using it and can recognize!  

thanks for your help:-*

https://b.radikal.ru/b31/1902/42/67e50d100b0b.jpg
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February 23, 2019, 04:03:27 AM
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when i click the links on the screenshot it redirects me into two sites  . one is https://ru.gearbest.com and the second is mostbet.com    , or if you looking for the trading exchage on the pic ?

edit : i tried to save the screenshot and search it using google image but i cant find anything  .

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February 23, 2019, 04:09:34 AM
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The UI is similar to Project Edge automatic trading.
Here's the "how to page" which shows the whole image based from your cropped screenshot: Link

However, I don't think that entrusting your cryptos to "automatic trading" is a good idea. Be cautious!

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February 23, 2019, 01:39:43 PM
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The UI is similar to Project Edge automatic trading.
Here's the "how to page" which shows the whole image based from your cropped screenshot: Link

However, I don't think that entrusting your cryptos to "automatic trading" is a good idea. Be cautious!
Been trying to find this thing since yesterday and trying to remember or figure it out since its really familiar and here it goes the same image on where OP do ask out maybe someone is suggesting him about
auto trade and gives out that screenshot and op got curios on what it is.(just presuming).

About on the advise i never really entrust any automatic trading on any platform.
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February 24, 2019, 06:16:47 AM
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The UI is similar to Project Edge automatic trading.
Here's the "how to page" which shows the whole image based from your cropped screenshot: Link

However, I don't think that entrusting your cryptos to "automatic trading" is a good idea. Be cautious!

Thank you my friend!
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February 24, 2019, 06:18:14 AM
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The UI is similar to Project Edge automatic trading.
Here's the "how to page" which shows the whole image based from your cropped screenshot: Link

However, I don't think that entrusting your cryptos to "automatic trading" is a good idea. Be cautious!
Been trying to find this thing since yesterday and trying to remember or figure it out since its really familiar and here it goes the same image on where OP do ask out maybe someone is suggesting him about
auto trade and gives out that screenshot and op got curios on what it is.(just presuming).

About on the advise i never really entrust any automatic trading on any platform.

Yeah it was project edge - one guy told me about automatic trading bot which can parse signals from the telegram group, and he was refusing to tell me what service he was using.
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February 24, 2019, 01:39:34 PM
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The UI is similar to Project Edge automatic trading.
Here's the "how to page" which shows the whole image based from your cropped screenshot: Link

However, I don't think that entrusting your cryptos to "automatic trading" is a good idea. Be cautious!
Been trying to find this thing since yesterday and trying to remember or figure it out since its really familiar and here it goes the same image on where OP do ask out maybe someone is suggesting him about
auto trade and gives out that screenshot and op got curios on what it is.(just presuming).

About on the advise i never really entrust any automatic trading on any platform.

Yeah it was project edge - one guy told me about automatic trading bot which can parse signals from the telegram group, and he was refusing to tell me what service he was using.
Most of the trading bot need to buy a subscription or one-time payment. You can try with the other trading bot like Gunbot (the developer is in here), Cryptohopper, CAT (the developer is in here too).
Be careful when you want to use the bot because you don't know where the market wants to moves. And if you do not make the right set up, then I don't think that you can make a profit.
It is still better to use manual trading because you can arrange on how much profit you want to take.

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