Forex crypto trading is a huge market, with more than 100 currencies trading at the moment.
Now, however, there is an ICO for a bot trading platform, BabyPips.
BabyPips has raised over €40 million (€45 million) in the last two months.
This is the first time in Ireland a major cryptocurrency platform has raised a large amount of capital in its history.
The platform will launch in March, offering a live forex market, trading bots, and trading bots with trading platforms in the US, the UK, Singapore, China, and Korea.
Babypips is aiming to create a market for trading bots that are specifically designed to automate trading in crypto.
The bot platform will also allow users to easily find a trading partner for their cryptocurrency trading needs.
The platform will be focused on the US market and will be launched on March 31st.
There are currently only a handful of cryptocurrencies on the market.
The US dollar, the Japanese yen, the Russian ruble, and the Japanese Yen have the most trading volume.
In a statement, Babypips said: “In the near future, we plan to expand our bot trading ecosystem, and this is an exciting time for the Crypto Markets in Ireland.
We are aiming to build a platform for crypto trading, and we plan on building a bot platform with live foreX trading.”
The team at BabyPip has been working on the platform since late 2016 and announced their intention to launch in May this year.
The launch of BabyPins ICO follows the launch of the ICO for an open-source trading bot platform called ForexCurrency.
In June this year, the company raised over £20 million ($27 million).
The Irish currency market is a massive one and has seen significant growth over the past year.
Over the past few weeks, the value of the Irish currency has been rising, and is currently worth almost €400 ($480) per coin.
Babycoin has raised more than €40.5 million (around €45 million).
This was enough to secure the company a place on the UK market, where it is currently trading at more than a $2,000 per coin valuation.
This is the third Irish company to raise a lot of money through an ICO in the past two months, following a number of other ICOs that raised over $200 million.