AI Crypto-trading Solution deepTradeBot Shares Their Roadmap for 2020-2021
The popular AI crypto-trading solution deepTradeBot.com has just published a list of plans and updates to implement until the end of 2021.
The plans are very high and cover a wide range of tasks and the users’ expectations. Until the end of the current year, the company promises 3 massive updates that will become helpful for crypto traders and these who build their affiliate businesses within the platform. Among them are:
- Trading bots’ special add-ons giving an opportunity to temporarily boost the bots’ power and capabilities;
- Partnership program statistics improvement: account totals and partners financial totals;
- Personal trade reports to monitor the bots’ activity and crypto trading results;
Among the more long-term plans are internal wallet and exchange with internal cryptocurrency transactions without any commissions, as well as a mobile application. And all these updates we’ll see in the spring and summer of 2021. More details about the roadmap are available on the special page they have created and published today – https://deeptradebot.com/roadmap.html
At first glance, it looks like the team is having in mind to build an eco-system around their product, and the MLM Club (https://deeptradebot.com/land/club) they have launched this year was just a 1st step of the realization of this idea.
Meanwhile, the platform is working on their interface improvement: yesterday they have implemented an enhanced bots list on the dashboard to make the navigation easier for these clients who have rented more than 10 bots simultaneously.
Well, looking forward to the platform further development with interest.
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