Since its foundation, Robotics.Online has been trying to achieve several goals, including bring new people to the cryptocurrency industry, and make our service as rewarding and as profitable for our existing customers as possible. To that extent, we have introduced a number of features and made it possible for our users to make quick and easy short-term investments, earn up to 465% APY, participate in our extremely rewarding lottery system, and more.
One of the features that many of our users have enjoyed in the past is the ability to get $300 for free immediately. After much debating and consideration, Robotics.Online has decided to make a change regarding the global availability of this offer.
As of now, we have decided to make the $300 for free feature only available in certain regions of the world. These regions are selected according to in-depth research, which suggested where such a feature could be the most useful, and we will simply remove it from the regions where this is not the case.
As of right now, the full list of the regions which can access the feature is not yet available online, and we will make sure to create it and publish it in due time, so that our users will know whether their respective region is affected by this change or not.
However, the simple way to test it for yourself right now is to create an account if you do not have one already, and to see whether the free $300 investment plan is active. If you cannot find anything about it on our platform, then your region is, unfortunately, not supported.
We would like to point out that this change was made for the purpose of improving Robotics.Online’s service in the long term. Our research has suggested that this is the right move to make, even if it might not seem that way to the affected users. However, we assure you that Robotics.Online has been dedicated to making its service better for its customers since the day our company was founded, and that has not changed.
In fact, we have worked tirelessly to perfect our platform and services, add new features, and sometimes, remove something that did not yield promising results. This is one of those instances, which is why we decided to react.