Recode is hosting a series on robots.
It starts today with one of the hottest tech startups of the moment: the roku share.
Roku shares are basically shares of companies like Google, Facebook, and Netflix.
You can trade them on a decentralized exchange called Nio, which is basically a bot that does things like retweet and reply to posts.
The bot works by finding the most valuable shares, which it then sends to the users.
When a user is interested in one of those shares, the bot will then reply with the value of the share and make a buy.
The Nio bot has been around for about a year, but it has only recently taken off.
Its value has grown from a few dollars to nearly $3,000, with Nio users using it to invest in companies that are actively seeking to develop new business models.
It’s still a relatively new platform, but Nio is seeing a lot of interest.
In its last 24 hours, the company has traded at a rate of more than 1,000 times the average daily volume of all its trading pairs, according to CoinDesk.
A lot of this activity is coming from bots that have been around since at least 2012.
When I asked a few other people what they were most excited about in the next two weeks, the top two most common responses were: Uber and Google, with Google leading the way.
And then there’s the one that’s been bugging me for a while: the robot share.
A robot that can read your face and automatically tweet updates to you.
In a recent post, a bot called nio wrote, “It is very interesting to see how the bot market evolves.
The future of robots is very exciting.”
What is it that makes this platform so attractive?
Nio isn’t a bot itself.
It’s an automated trading bot.
That means that Nio can do things like trade a stock or buy a house, but there are also things like updating its own platform and letting you know when new stocks are added to the marketplace.
While its price fluctuates based on demand and supply, the price of Nio shares has stayed consistent over the past two weeks.
Its biggest competition, meanwhile, is Amazon.
Last week, the New York Stock Exchange closed a $1.2 billion deal to buy the startup for $3.2 million.
Nio had a market cap of around $8 million at the time of the deal, and it had nearly 5,000 users.
NIO has been able to grow by making its bot platform a viable option for startups looking to build a business model.
It has raised more than $300,000 in venture funding from companies like Sequoia Capital, Benchmark, and Founders Fund.
That has helped it take on a lot more of the risks associated with a traditional stock market trading, including the risk of being exposed to short-term market swings.