Mirror Trader Crypto & RoboX Crypto are now available to support Cryptocurrencies

“Volatility creates many trading opportunities for active traders. As such, crypto assets are great fit for automatic algo trading” – Oz Golan, VP Sales, Tradency

Tradency, a financial technology provider, today announced the support of cryptocurrencies by its auto trade-by-knowledge platform, the Mirror Trader and its active robo-advisor the RoboX.

Both platforms now support trading of cryptocurrencies pairs and offer especially designed cryptocurrency trading strategies and portfolios. Mirror Trader Crypto & RoboX Crypto provide the growing list of online brokers offering cryptocurrency trading, with the most advanced and award-winning trading technologies.

Mirror Trader Crypto & RoboX Crypto deliver to the retail traders, new cryptocurrency strategies that take advantage of the cryptocurrency trading patterns to create trading opportunities.

The new cryptocurrency strategies are generated by Tradency’s global echo-system of strategy providers, and currently trading the most popular cryptocurrencies such as: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dash and Ripple.

Full flexibility is provided to the broker to add the new cryptocurrency strategies to its existing Mirror Trader and RoboX platforms to provide additional trading variety or may create new dedicated auto trading platforms for cryptocurrencies.

“Volatility creates many trading opportunities for active traders. As such, crypto assets are great fit for automatic algo trading” said Oz Golan, Tradency’s vice president of sales. “FX brokers adding cryptocurrencies to attract day traders who see the opportunities in cryptocurrency trading patterns. With the Mirror Trader crypto and RoboX crypto services, these opportunities can be delivered to a much wider audience.”

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