Hey guys, this is Jonathan with an update on my BTC robot performance after using it for 1 week.

So for people who are new to bitcoin robot, you can actually visit this link to learn more about this robot.

Alright guys, now I am going to log in to my member’s area. I am going to show you my results after using it for one week.

As you can see here, I have got one robot under the Platinum plan.

Now, I am going to click on the robot to show you my performance.

From the graph, you can see that I started out on 23 Aug 2013 with an initial investment of US$112.61. After 1 week (30th Aug 2013, 3pm (GMT+8)), I actually made a profit of US$12.19 (US$124.80).

You can also see that the performance of the robot varies according to how volatile the market is. From 23 Aug to 26 Aug, you can see that I only made a few dollars due to little activity in the market. During the mid-day of 26 Aug, the market started to pick up as you can see from the rise in my profit margin.

Therefore, I am very satisfied with the performance of this robot because I have only used it for one week and it is generating a 10% return on my investment. This is really fantastic because it just shows that the robot really works.

For people who are still considering whether you should give this robot a try, I just want to tell you that this robot is definitely worth a try since it comes with a 60 days money back guarantee. You seriously have nothing to lose. With these results that I have gotten, it can happen to you as well. 🙂

Now I am going to show you the trades performed by the robot in the BTC Exchange. Once you have logged in to your account, you just need to click on Finances.

Then Click On Trade History.

Here you will be able to see the trades that took place when you first activated the robot.

Trades by BTC Robot

You will notice that on certain days, there will be more trades compared to other days. This is perfectly normal since the robot will be able to detect the market movement and trade accordingly. If there are fewer trades on a particular day, it just means there is very little activity on that day. That’s all.

Now you may be wondering, are all the trades profitable? Well, majority of them are. As this is a robot, it is impossible to be perfectly correct on all trades. I feel that this is not really important as long as you are making money at the end of the day. Making money is certainly more important than how many trades are required to make that money. 🙂

Got any questions or feedback? Feel free to leave your comments below.

To your bitcoin trading success!

5 Response to “Medium Risk” Week 1 Update

  1. Eliot on September 1, 2013

    How much commission due you pay on each trade and how due you withdraw money and at what conversion rate? Thanks

    • Jonathan on September 2, 2013

      Hi Eliot,

      The commission for each trade is 0.2%. You can withdraw the money to your Paypal account. The conversion rate is determined by the exchange itself. Therefore, I can’t tell you how much it is since it is always changing.


  2. Olga on September 3, 2013

    Hi Jonathan,
    If I don’t have a Paypal account is there any other options to withdraw money? What’s the process and how long does it takes?

    • Jonathan on September 3, 2013

      Hi Olga,

      Yes, there are but I haven’t really experimented with them yet. I am still learning about how the various payment system works. I know you can withdraw your money through wire transfer to your bank account but you will need at least 1000USD to do that.

      I would suggest using a Paypal account because the withdrawal is much simpler compared to other methods. The only drawback is the high transaction fee of 6% but you only need to accumulate 250USD to be eligible for withdrawal.

      Hope that helps.

  3. Dave on September 5, 2013

    Hey Jonathan,

    Thanks for the information.

    Question, I saw your graphics but it seems like your total profit is just for market changes and not for the robot performance. Can you tell me about this perception, what do you think?



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