We want to take a moment to talk about a core value that we hold dear to our hearts: transparency. As a team, we believe that transparency is key to building trust and fostering a positive relationship with our users.
Over the years, we have added paid features to our bot. We carefully selected these features to ensure they were not essential for day-to-day use but rather nice-to-haves. We understand that once money is involved, it's natural to have some level of distrust. You want to know where your money is going and expect the best value and service for your hard-earned cash.
We are committed to providing the best possible service to our users, but we are not always able to deliver. As a team, we work on this project as a hobby alongside our day-to-day jobs. Sometimes it's hard for us to spend the few extra hours fixing issues on XP, but we're doing our best to make sure you have the best experience possible.
We understand that this might not mean a lot to you, and you might have to wait a couple of months for features to get fixed. That's why we want to be completely transparent with you about our earnings, expenses, and liquidity buffer.
So, without further ado, here's a rundown of every service we need to pay and every dollar we earn by offering premium features.
The following data has been last updated on 01. October 2023.
As you can see, we do not pay ourselves a penny. We purely want this to stay a fun hobby project. We hope that by being open about our earnings and expenses, you can see that we are committed to providing the best possible service to our users while maintaining transparency and trust.
In addition to being transparent about our earnings and expenses, we also believe in the power of open source. We're committed to taking transparency to the next level by open sourcing our stack part by part.
This has been a long-time discussion, and we're finally beginning to make it happen. We're excited to share that our production repository for this very Dashboard is now available for anyone to clone, run, experiment with, and contribute to.
We understand that not everyone is familiar with open source development, so we've provided clear instructions on how to get started in the repository's readme file. We hope that by open sourcing our code, we can collaborate with you to improve and innovate our services together.
Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to working with you all to make our bot the best it can be.
your XP Development Team ❤️
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