is still considered a young company, but also one that has come a long way since its inception in 2019. Over the past two years, it worked hard on developing its service dedicated to helping short-term investors, allowing them to earn passive income in as short as 12 business days, and even introducing a lottery that promises potential rewards up to $1 million.
The company spent most of its lifetime under very challenging circumstances. The COVID-19 pandemic certainly made sure of that. Interestingly, the company still managed to see a rather positive performance. The company’s CEO believes that this is because of Robotics.Online’s innovative platform offering, which is low-risk, fair, and offers quickly remunerative investment opportunities to retail investors and companies alike.
The work-automation processes, AI-assisted robotics, and automation technologies, in general, have seen a massive rise in popularity around the world during this period, so this tech is already highly attractive. By democratizing access to investment, Robotics.Online brought this tech even closer to the people, so it is not surprising that the attention skyrocketed.
The company’s annual report
noted several major market drivers, including robotics (assessed at $23.67 billion in 2020), cryptocurrencies (with the number of coins exceeding 12,200 and the market cap above $2 trillion at the time of writing), startups (where key trends like digital health tech, AI and Machine Learning went mainstream), and finally, Initial Coin Offerings.
Of course, ICOs are no longer like they used to be in 2016 and 2017. They are now taking place on exchanges in the form of IEOs, or in the DeFi sector in the form of IDOs, both of which are models deriving from ICO, but offer greater investor protection, working on eliminating scams and promoting legitimate, healthy projects.
As for Robotics.Online, it saw steady enough growth over the past two years. From September 2019 to December 2019 — the first few months of its existence — it managed to collect 427 users, with an average deposit being around $1,137, and a total of $485,499. In 2020, these figures increased to 2,174 users, an average deposit of $1,685, and a total of nearly $3 million.
This annual total of 2020 was nearly reached in the first six months of 2021, when the company hit $2,671,186 in June 2021. Its user number surged to 3,532 at the time, with an average deposit of nearly $2,000.
With the introduction of lottery and new partnerships, the company has come a long way in a very short and difficult time, further indicating the surge of interest in emerging technologies and highlighting their potential when they are combined.
Despite all of the success seen thus far, however, Robotics.Online is only getting started. The company is eager to continue pushing forward, rising to meet new challenges, and is looking forward to tackling Q4 2021, and then delving further into 2022 and beyond.