Superorder Adds New Trading Bots to the Marketplace

San Francisco, USA, September 20, 2019 - A crypto trading terminal Superorder recently launched new bots after partnering with more quant traders.

Cheyenne, United States - September 20, 2019 /PressCable/ —

San Francisco, USA, September 20, 2019 – A crypto trading terminal Superorder recently launched new bots after partnering with more quant traders. In addition to standard BTC/USD long trading algorithms, the team added three new ones: Ethos for ETH/USD trading, Mr.Ripple for BTC/XRP market, and Susy the Baller for highly-aggressive trading approach. All the bots support long and short sides and now are available through the Bot Marketplace. With these tools, users can get the highest level of automation.

Basics of Superorder Bots

Unlike the majority of crypto trading bots, Superorder uses a unique approach. It’s based on another key feature – codeless strategy builder that allows users to create their own chains of orders. Thus, bots are also based on strategies. Experts from Superorder team design algorithms, test them, optimize, and list at the marketplace.

Superorder bots are fully codeless, too. Traders can rent the chosen system and run it immediately to activate the strategy. Currently, all bots are available for different coin pairs at BitMEX. They can be used for margin trading with leverage from 3x to 25x. Each bot has its own timeframe, it-depth stats, and history of trades.

The Full List of Bots

Newly-added bots:

Ethos – the bot for ETH/USD trading that can enter both long and short deals. Accepts leverage up to 5x and works at 1H timeframe. Price from 0.01 BTC per month.

Mr. Ripple – works similarly as Ethos but focuses on BTC/XRP pair. Also features 1H timeframe but margin trading is more limited – only 3x leverage. Price from 0.01 BTC per month.

Susy the Baller – the algorithm for extremely aggressive and active trading. It works for BTC/USD and used data from both 1H and 15M timeframes. Price from 0.016 BTC per month.

Old yet effective bots:

Cherry Pick – for long swing trading. Price from 0.015 BTC per month.

Happy Hammer – for short swing trading. Price from 0.009 BTC per month.

Milk Scalper – for scalping. Price from 0.01 BTC per month.

About Superorder

Superorder is a Ukrainian startup now based in the USA. It’s a trading terminal that allows users to design custom strategies and run them automatically. There are basic and advanced orders like Trailing Stops, Forks, and technical indicators. All orders are available for three exchanges: Binance, Bittrex, and BitMEX.

For more info, proceed to Superorder cryptocurrency bots page.

Read more from Superorder in the team’s Medium blog.

Contact Info:
Name: Nikita
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Organization: Superorder
Address: 2232 Dell Range Blvd Suite 245 Cheyenne WY 82009, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88921097

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