When it comes to choosing the investment platform that you will use, most of the time, you have no point of reference — all you can use to determine whether a platform is good or bad is other people’s experiences. On one hand, this can be a good thing, as the community feedback is definitely more reliable than any company’s own view of its services.
However, the community feedback can be misleading when it comes to the crypto industry. On one hand, you have professionals who swear that a good platform is good, as they know how to trade and invest, and have earned a lot of money. Novices and inexperienced traders and investors are statistically more likely to lose money due to the lack of experience and education about digital currencies, so their feedback might be entirely negative.
We at Robotics.Online believe that there is a need for a more reliable way to determine whether the returns that a platform provides are worth your time, which is why we decided to take the most transparent route possible, and create a Statistics page on our platform.
The statistics page is being regularly updated, and you can see the date of the most recent update right on top of the page. Immediately after that, you can see what our returns per month look like. We already have an entire year’s worth of data posted, and you can easily check to see how the returns changed from month to month, and from day to day.
You can also see relevant numbers for the previous month, total profits, as well as average daily profit. Further down the Statistics page, you will encounter Profit of the last 12 business days, which is a useful feature to visually see how the profits change on a day-to-day basis, which can be helpful when it comes to spotting positive or negative trends in the crypto industry.
Lastly, for those who are more used to dealing with charts, we also have a chart that shows how your initial investment amount changes over time through the use of our investment platform. Keep in mind that these are only estimates, but we made sure to make them as precise as possible, using the historical data that we have gathered during our time in the investment industry.