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January 19, 2015, 05:24:53 PM
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Hi all!

I’m looking for technical co-founder to help me create Karabraxos.

Karabraxos is an on-premises Bitcoin storage solution which helps businesses (banks, exchanges, casinos, etc) store their customers Bitcoins securely. For a list of planned features, check out karabraxos.com.

My ambition is for Karabraxos to become the go-to solution for businesses who wish to securely store and transact with Bitcoins (and eventually with other alt coins) - that way they don’t have to reinvent the wheel and risk making stupid mistakes. This in turn will keep our community’s coins safe when we trust those companies to take care of them for us.

I’m a technical guy myself, if anyone is wondering - not just some random business/marketing guy. As this is an ambitious project I’m not even entertaining the thought of trying to do everything myself.

Looking for someone with a very strong background in backend development, who has developed for Bitcoin before and knows a thing or two about security. If you share my ambition to reduce the number of lost coins and have the necessary skills, get in touch with me: mart@karabraxos.com.

Thank you for your attention! Smiley
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February 15, 2015, 08:39:38 PM
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Shameless bump in light of BTER theft. I believe Karabraxos could have protected users funds in this case as well. So help me stop this madness of every bitcoin business using custodial wallets reinventing the wheel constantly (and doing a bad job of it).

I'm back to work now - want to get something usable out of the door as soon as possible! Do get in touch with me if you want to help.
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