Re: Trade practice tools?

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Amoonguss wrote:
March 20th, 2018, 1:49 pm
Hello, I am looking for an app where I can do trading, but not in the real time but more like a practice. Because I want to understand the trading process before I actually start it. Will appreciate all the help!
Hello Amoonguss!
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Re: Trade practice tools?

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Hi! Try to use boats for arbitration. They look for holes between currencies and report to you about them. Only we don't recommend to you to use automatic boats. It is unsafe. It is the best of all when you make the transaction. For example, our boat sends notices to Telegram with full information: where to buy cheaper, where to sell more expensively and to earn from it.
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Re: Trade practice tools?

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Amoonguss wrote:
March 20th, 2018, 1:49 pm
Hello, I am looking for an app where I can do trading, but not in the real time but more like a practice. Because I want to understand the trading process before I actually start it. Will appreciate all the help!
The thing you are looking for is called paper trading where to do not actually trade in the real market and practice instead in the same environment. We are looking to implement this feature in our upcoming cryptocurrency exchange if majority of the traders opt for this.

The survey to know the traders' preferences is already live. It will end on July 27. Here is the link: https://docs.google.com/a/mconnectsolut ... g/viewform

For more information, visit our website: http://encrybit.io
Stay tuned for more updates: Twitter | Telegram
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Re: Trade practice tools?

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