“Medium Risk” Week 2 Update

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Hey guys, this is Jonathan with an update on my BTC robot performance after using it for 2 weeks.

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

As you can see, now I have logged in to my member’s area. So this is my bitcoin robot performance for this week.

You can see that the graph is slightly different from the one that I showed you in the previous week because my robot actually got deactivated a few times. So for this week, I didn’t make much money. In fact, I lost a few dollars.

You can see that I have US$143.12 because I actually topped up my btc-e account with US$20 as a demonstration to show people how to deposit money into their btc-e account. So if you take US$143.12 minus US$20, I will have US$123.12. As I started out the account with US$112.61, my total profit for this 2 weeks would be (US$123.12 – US$112.61) = US$10.51.

Therefore, I didn’t make any money due to the deactivation whereby I probably missed out a few good opportunities to make money. If you notice there isn’t much trading activity in your account or if you notice there is a very flat profit margin (denoted by a straight line) for a prolonged period of days, do inform the BTC support team by sending an email to them @ support@btcrobot.com.

They will be able to help you re-install the robot if there is a need to. Otherwise, you will miss out on a lot of opportunities which you could have taken advantage of. The support is actually very helpful. They actually resolved my issue within a day, considering the fact that there are a lot of BTC robot members. Therefore, this is fantastic. :)

Now, I am going to show you how to know whether the robot is deactivated or it is not performing what it is supposed to do. In order to do that, I have to logged in to my btc-e account to show you how to identify that.

Once you have logged in to your BTC-e account, you have to click on Finances followed by Trade History.

This is how it looks like. All the trades will be shown here.

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Here you can see that my trading stopped for a few days from 29 Aug 2013 to 3 Sep 2013. You can see that my robot resumed its trading activity properly today, 6 Sep 2013. So, this is how you identify whether your robot is doing what it is supposed to do, that is to trade and help you make money.

There shouldn’t be no activity for a prolonged period of time. You can see that there are trades everyday since I started out on 23 Aug 2013.

**Remember to contact the support immediately when you identify such issues happening so that they get it resolved for you and you will suffer the same fate as me. :)

Do note that when you top up your account with money or bitcoins again, you have to inform the support to get them to re-install the robot for you. This will allow the robot to recognize how much money you have in your account and perform its trades accordingly.

**You will be required to key in your API and Secret Key again in order to reactivate the robot after they have installed it for you.

I am still very happy with the performance of the robot because I am still getting a 8-9% return from my initial investment over the past 2 weeks. According to the BTC robot development team, they claim that the robot can help you make a 20-100% return on your investment. Now, there is still 2 weeks left. So I believe that it will be able to achieve what it claims.

That’s all for this week’s update!

To your bitcoin trading success!

 

 

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