Crypto Squad

Create and manage crypto pools

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Crypto Squad is an easy way to create and manage crypto pools. Early crypto enthusiasts all over the world are investing on behalf of friends and family. We help them manage this process with automatic accounting and a payment gateway for contributors. Further we let them trade between 130 currencies using our integrated exchange

Reviews

  • Pros: 

    Great way of getting exposure to crypto by piggybacking on your mates who know more than you do.

    Cons: 

    It only works with people you know, would love to see a version where you can follow expert's portfolios.

    Like a lot of people, I felt that crypto was one of those things that I wanted to be part of, but I didn't necessarily do the research. I used to email my friend (who knows a tonne!) for tips on what to get in on, and would wire him money to buy it for me. Cryptosquad has made this process a lot easier and more transparent. As much as I trust my mate, it's great to have full transparency over what he's doing with my money. I've been using the product for about 5 months now, and would recommend.

    Anne Marie Droste has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    V simple interface, easy to use and can trade directly form the platform. transparent portfolio management

    Cons: 

    lack of mobile version

    Overall great product with direct access to thousands of tokens. Easy trade execution. Very fast and convenient to use. Gives visibility of the fund performance over time and by the % share of the initial investment. Highly recommend!

    Oleg Kurochka has used this product for one year.

Discussion

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Jakub Kostecki
Jakub Kostecki@kubakostecki
Hi Guys. I love the idea and the design. One question: if a user pools other people's money how have you solved for legal compliance across jurisdictions. AFAIK managing other people's capital requires a license in most jurisdictions. I couldn't find any T&Cs on the website or even a mention of the jurisdiction the company is registered in (I saw Crypto Squad Inc. once, so I assume this is a US-based C-corp?). Anyway, interested in learning the legal stack you've adopted. Thanks.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Reminds me a bit of StockTwits but for crypto (cc @howardlindzon) and less regulated. 😉
Jakub Kostecki
Jakub Kostecki@kubakostecki
@howardlindzon @rrhoover That was actually my first thought: How is this legal? If you are managing someone else's money without a license than what exemption does this fall under?
Ant Wilson
Ant WilsonMaker@awalias
@howardlindzon @rrhoover @kubakostecki thanks for the comments! Whilst all pool managers should be aware of the specific relevant legislation for their region, we are in the process of developing a technical solution for decentralised custody, this combined with not including security tokens in your pool allows you and your contributors to safely operate, but again pool managers should look up the specifics for their jurisdiction because this differs from country to country.
Vibhas Jain
Vibhas JainMakerHiring@vibhasjain · Co-Founder, cryptosquad.io
Love to hear questions/comments!
Scott Lydon
Scott Lydon@scott_lydon · Blardi-bladder-dardi
What’s up Vibhas! Nice work with cryptosquad
Scott Lydon
Scott Lydon@scott_lydon · Blardi-bladder-dardi
Is it live and 100% functional? What is the reason for contributing to someone else’s pool? Is it kind of like send money? When you said return on interest, did you mean return on investment or is return on interest the point of focus? Looks cool very clean and simple I like that about your designs.
Vibhas Jain
Vibhas JainMakerHiring@vibhasjain · Co-Founder, cryptosquad.io
@scott_lydon hey Scotty! The platform is live and 100% functional. ROI = return on investment. Pooling crypto lets one person make trading decisions for the whole group! Easy way to subscribe to someone’s buys and sells