These networks are faster and cheaper than what is available today. It only makes logic sense to support these native binance assets since we all use binance.
Is it possible to create a fund made up of copytraders, for example:
'Top 5 Copy Trading Programs'
'Top 3 Low Risk Programs'
‘Best of the last 30 days’
‘Top 5 Forex’
Under a separate tab to normal 'funds' could be 'Copytrading Funds'
Awesome work thus far, however, I am wondering what security company/partner has Genesis Vision enlisted for the platform? With so many phishing sites/scams/hacks out there. I think security is the #1 concern.
A suggestion would be maybe a company like Hacken that can provided cyber security services/monitoring? Not sure if there are other blockchain companies that do this, but if there are, I think enlisting one of them wouldn't be a bad idea.
It would be beneficial for trust and transparency if managers are either required to do KYC with Genesis Vision or can do so optionally.
If it is optional there should be a label on the managers profile (similar to the blue check mark on Twitter) that indicates that the managers real identity is known to Genesis Vision.
This would be a strong motivator for managers not to engage in any fraudulent activities since they could be legally persecuted easily as their real identity is known.
can I suggest you pause the management fee if the investor doesn't trade foe a day or during their trade period? If not , a tip manager can charge any management fee they want then take a few days off work and still earn the management fee. What's stopping a top manager from taking a month off and earning a management fee each day?
Thank you for your suggestion, it is a reasonable one. We will forward it to the team.
Would be fun/insightful to see a Manager "Hall of Fame" where the community can view the most successful traders on the platform. Perhaps prizes could be awarded to top managers. It would incentivize performance and community interaction and competition.
With index funds like Vanguard I can see a breakdown of where they hold their assets. Property, forex, etc. I may want to choose a trader which only deals in forex for example and it would give greater options for searching and picking an investor other then the charts.
In a bear market I may want to avoid crypto all together. I understand traders may still be able to make a profit in bear market conditions but again this diversity in manager selections would help give people more options when the platform gets thousands of different traders.
Even if this is not a restriction, being able to see a breakdown of where a trader usually operates by sector (forex, crpyo, etc) would be helpful. It's not all about returns.
We appreciate your suggestion. We will take it into consideration. Thank you for helping us to improve the platform!
I would suggest you add the traders fee to their front page so we can see what % they take rather than opening their profile. It's a minor suggestion but I think it would be helpful as I would skip over managers with really high fees
Hello! Thank you for your suggestion. We believe it is a great one, and we will forward it to our developers.
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