Why does 4C Trading have trading limits with the SMART Bots?
We changed our model in order to fit more with the needs of the community and give users with a lower portfolio, the chance to start investing.
The point is to avoid increasing slippage and decreasing the performance of all the users. We decided to follow the rule: the more you put on the bot, the lower the volume you leave to new customers, and the more you pay.
It gave us the possibility to offer a low subscription for people without a lot of capital, which provides a fair playing field for all.
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- Why does 4C Trading have trading limits with the SMART Bots?
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- What is the difference between your Smart Bots?
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- Where can I see the detailed results of the Smart Bots?
- How do the Smart Bots work?
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- What is the difference between the Conservative and Aggressive Strategy?
- How do I set up the strategy to use?
- What happens if I don’t select any strategy?
- Can I activate both Conservative and Aggressive strategies at the same time?
- Can I adjust the strategy based on the crypto trend?
- How do I determine which strategy will suit me?
- Which exchange and market do the SMART Bots trade in?
- What is the difference between choosing USDT or USDC to trade with?
- Does 4C-Trading offer manual trading?
- Should I decide to activate the 3 SMART Bots, do I have to go into each of the three accounts on Binance to check my portfolio?