You missed my point. From my commercial view of marketing it is nonsense to sell a product through a complicated process, like this strange Bitcoin. It holds a lot of people back from the purchase, me included. If you are interested to get me as your client under 'normal' conditions, like a solid and safe credit card purchase, than feel free to pm me...
please stay cool- here is not the place to blame anybody. The Renko Scalper is a wonderful thing even on real account. Sure, at first it is not very easy to handle with bitcoins- but it is worth it. Do not forget, that this system is shown on real account- that is fair. Many others are showing hugh gains on demo and if you got the EA you will see it is nothing worth because it does not handle on real account- I speak on my own experience.
For that I am very satisfied with this product and Will gives you a very good support- therefore I say thank you very much, Will. Kind regards, Thomas.
@pc8multifx I understand completely and I do agree with you. From a marketing prospective is it foolish for me to only accept bitcoins and as a result potential customers do struggle with finding ways to get bitcoins. Its easier for some ( 30 countries ) to use https://www.bitinstant.com/ which allow the customer to walk into a store and Buy the bitcions. However, its still not as easy as punching in the credit card numbers and clicking Submit. If I ever plan to offer Clickbank, I'll mention it.
And another member suggested to use the Myfxbook Outlook to Trade Against the Herd ( retail traders ) when 80% of the traders are Going in the Same direction. - https://www.myfxbook.com/community/outlook - For example, we would be Buying on the EURGBP trend while 91% of the Myfxbook members have been selling. Its an interested insight that I'll pay closely attention to.
For now I'm still trading BUY on GBPJPY and just started to add some Sell orders
Despite my previous skeptism, after some research. Bitcoins is not as shady as it seems, the process might be complicated, but I'm sure the vendor has his own rights to how he wants it sold.
I spent about 3 days going through the painful process of
1. Creating the wallet. (Mt.Gox / Weusecoins / Bitinstant) 2. Finding a respectable exchange in Singapore. (FYB-SG) Sgitcoin is too shady, it is not a exchange, it's just a reseller. 3. Getting the funds into the exchange (2 days) 4. Securing the coins. (Thin SGD Bitcoin market, less than 20 coins traded per day) 5. Buying the EA, and waiting for confirmation 6. Attaching to charts and figuring out the settings.
I'm still relative new to this EA as I've only just got it and still figuring things out. I'd say that this is simply not a set and forget EA, but it's definitely one of its kind in this market.
I'll be back to review it further after I got it figured out.
And after 1000 Trades in a single week, the difference in results can be staggering. A 500 Pip Difference. Now Armada Markets slippage is minimal and this will play a huge role in overall performance, but I can't stop thinking about an Extra 500 Pips if I were at fxpig or IC markets. Food for thought.
This system is not scalping. It is simply range trading and it closes some trades every once in a while once it hits a little profit. I can explain to you how a scalping system works if you are not familiar.