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Premier Bitcoin trading robot Butter-Bot has added Litecoin support.

March 9, 2014 /MM-BitcoinPR/ —

Tradcom South America’s Butter-Bot Bitcoin trading robot which launched in early 2013 is now adding Litecoin support, and the company is currently developing a hosted version and alternative strategy modules. Subscribers can now apply automated bot trading to the Litecoin market. Butter-Bot currently supports Bitcoin trading on BitStamp and BTC-e using the proven EMA based trading algorithm. The trading bot is backed by a professional company, experienced developers and a reliable support team, and makes automated trading accessible to newcomers and professionals alike.

Butter-Bot is already known for being user friendly. Installation is an easy one click process supporting Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems. The hosted version which is currently under development will eliminate the installation step altogether. Users then set their API credentials and Butter-Bot goes to work trading automatically.

Advanced users can customize Butter-Bot’s trading strategy to suit their own personal goals and needs. Butter-Bot is currently based on the EMA (Exponential Moving Average) logic used by professional currency traders, and its available built-in strategies will soon expand to include other modules.

All Butter-Bot subscriptions include access to secure API, a back-testing engine, fast and robust data retrieval from the server back-end, and unlimited support from Tradcom’s professional support team. Users can configure email notifications to tell them when buy and sell orders are imminent or executed. Additional features include the ability to hold funds in reserve, only trading with part of the balance, trailing stop loss orders, and graphs and charts to keep users up on the price and trend developments.

Butter-Bot is the most advanced and accessible trading robot designed specifically for Bitcoin trading. It is now adding support for Litecoin trading as a free upgrade to existing subscribers. Serious traders can now apply the benefits of Butter-Bot trading to the Litecoin market as well. Butter-Bot’s thread on the Bitcoin Forum is full of happy customers reporting profits, and this will only increase with Litecoin support.

With the expansion of its proven trading strategies in addition to EMA, its users’ ability to fully customize the trading strategy to fit their particular goals and needs, the upcoming introduction of a hosted version making it even more user friendly than it already is, and its support for automated Litecoin trading, Butter-Bot continues to support seasoned and new Cryptocurrency traders and speculators everywheret.

For more information about us, please visit http://butter-bot.com

Contact Info:
Name: Pablo Lema
Email: Pablo@Butter-Bot.com
Organization: Tradcom South America

Source: http://bitcoinprbuzz.com/trade-litecoin-automatically-with-premier-bitcoin-trading-bot-butter-bot/

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