Answered by _ilango...
It took me three weekends to build Aurelius. I had originally planned to finish in one weekend but it sort of got away from me. I overestimated how fast I could finish the features I had planned.
The features I had written down is a much longer list so I had to drastically cut down to what was I thought to be the essentials. Looking back, I probably could have launched with fewer features and met the deadline. Lesson learned.
Regarding the tech stack, I went with what I knew and was familiar with. Any other way, I'd have to spend time to learn some of the ins and outs.
One of the biggest issues I have noticed when dealing with my crypto investments is that it's hard to know what my return is on a detailed level. Beanvest seems like a nice solution for that. Is Excel your biggest competitor or is Beanvest more of a compliment rather than a replacement?
Asked by MicahIverson 11 mnths ago.
Answered by romainsimon...
I focused more on stocks, but the main feature I implemented is the portfolio benchmark.
Every time you buy or sell a stock, it simulates the same investment but in an index such as the S&P 500. This way, you can know if you perform better than the market, and this is not a very easy thing to do in Excel.
I guess it could do the same for cryptos by comparing your portfolio to the performance of BTC for example.
Answered by hieuSSR...
Thanks for the great question, Micah!
I guess it'll happen. Though there'll be something new come up. Like they added more TLDs, or new types of domain names (i.e blockchain-based domain names)