Hello Robert, thanks for all you are doing in the space.Hello everyone,
I'm the Founder and CEO of COINCUBE (coincube.io). We offer robo-advising services for Bitcoin users.
Some recent highlights:
We were recently featured in TechCrunch:
http://techcrunch.com/2015/12/04/a-new- ... -your-btc/
I was interviewed by Rob Mitchell on The Bitcoin Game:
https://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/t ... rading-bot
Prior to founding COINCUBE, I worked as a precious metals broker and trader with Peter Schiff's company, Euro Pacific Precious Metals (recently rebranded as SchiffGold). I finished out my tenure there as Director of Business Development and was instrumental in their move to accept Bitcoin payments.
I have come to think it's a very relevant question and you can better weight people's opinions having an idea of how many Bitcoins they hold (or do not hold.) So Instead of asking their opinion on bitcoin, I'm now asking every participants the same question:"Never ask anyone for their opinion [...] Just ask them what they have -or don't have- in their portfolio"
1. Glad you approve. We feel it is only fair to make money if our users do.Hello Robert, thanks for all you are doing in the space.
Performance based fees only... Ok, I'm in!!!!!
You are using a Bayesian Algorithm I assume? Any similarity to the MIT work a while back or is this home grown?
Obviously Bots will dominate pure homo sapiens in this realm... so where are we going exactly? If everyone can just use a Bot, then don't we all become filthy rich? And if we are all rich and Bots are doing all the work... do we still really need money?
What has been the biggest hurdle in starting COINCUBE?
Are there any regulatory concerns down the road?
Do you guys need a corporate pilot, and do you pay in bitcoin? (I think I will just start asking this question on every AMA)
I enjoy Nassim Taleb and that is an excellent quote. I have about 50% of my new worth in bitcoin. I know, this is very high, but I also use the WAVE algorithm to help manage that money, so my exposure to volatility risk is somewhat lower than a simple buy-and-hold investor.Hello Robert
I was re-reading Antifragile by iconoclast thinker Nassim Taleb recently. He writes
"Never ask anyone for their opinion [...] Just ask them what they have -or don't have- in their portfolio"
I have come to think it's a very relevant question and you can better weight people's opinions having an idea of how many Bitcoins they hold (or do not hold.) So Instead of asking their opinion on bitcoin, I'm now asking every participants the same question:
- Do you mind to tell us which percentage of your personal net worth and/or liquid assets you hold in Bitcoins ?
1. I like BIP 101.Hi Robert!
What are your opinions regarding the Blocksize-issue(Especially after the Scaling bitcoin event)? are you for BIP100(increase of up to 17%)/BIP101(8 MB and up to GBs)/BIP248(2-4-8-32MB) with/without Segregated Witness and lightning network?
Do you hold bitcoins yourself(in the trezor,web Wallet,mobile wallet or desktop wallet)? How much bitcoins do you hold?
What do you think about bitcoins future(block halvening,openbaazar etc)?
No, all funds are held in user exchange accounts. We connect to user accounts using API keys.Are you guys are holding funds in your own wallet on customers behalf or do your customers retain ownership of their Bitcoins?
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