Crypto trading bot with 100% web server but there is liability risk

(Last Updated On: May 21, 2020)
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As I am looking into using REST protocol, it has dawned on me that I can host all the programming/business/trading logic on my own server. The danger is if I host the trading execution component for any customer set of live trading orders, this can be be a huge liability against me if the your broker/exchange credentials get breached by a hacker. As a result, I am looking at ensuring that customers download special software to handle the order execution part on their own desktops. This will remove that liability against me. If I also host any of this, it gives reason that pesky regulators to force me to register or adhere to some sort of enforcement.

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All other logic can reside on my server if need be. The other issues is you may get some lawsuit happy customer who could still file a lawsuit against me if it is perceived the software does not work at all. Also, I am looking at ensuring the basic trading logic driven by the configurable INI file executable is downloaded as well.

Please let me know you opinion on this ASAP as I design this thing.

NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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