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We use Slack heavily on communications and to keep up with the market and whatever is going on (we love all the emojis) and we bet you do too!

To keep up with the trading and know what is happening we added Slack (additional to Telegram and Email) notification. Not only you, but your group of traders can now keep track on what is happening on Trader1.

We wish you a happy new year and hope 2021 be your year. The Cryptomarket ended for 2020 quite good, but I am sure many people didn't see this coming and therefore missed great opportunities to make some money.
For this reason Trader1 exist and can help you to make reoccurring trades for you.

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Many trader and crypto enthusiasts have accounts on different exchanges and it can be tricky to keep an eye on them. Which currency is where and how much. This is very important for trading, because prices can vary from exchange to exchange.

That’s why now shows the balances of the exchanges you added. This allows you to keep an eye on each asset when you are not even logged into.

Join Now and gain insights of your wallets on different exchanges. No trading is necessary for this feature, just add your favorite exchanges.

What is a stablecoin and why does it matter?

In short, a stablecoin is a coin or token that is backed with a fiat currency like USD or EUR and does not really change in value. E.g. USDT is a stablecoin and one USDT will always be 1 USD (mostly). This contradicts a bit of the idea of cryptocurrency to be not bound to any traditionally controlled currency, but I think it found its place.

Stablecoins does not have the fluctuation like other cryptocurrencies and many people store their money in them. To keep the value as it is. This means its not going to increase or deflate. …

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On Trader1 we concentrate on Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA) trading in the cryptocurrency market and it is very common to have many small trades during a time frame of just a week. This is important to beat the volatility of the markets and be on the safe side.

Now we want to know if our strategy is actually working and you are in luck if you want to know that too. Now our trading overview shows the current price of the digital asset and what the difference (in percentage) is when the trade was executed.

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API trading access offers so many cool new features, but if it’s set up incorrectly, it can bring more harm than benefit. Here at Trader1 we want to make you sure that your API keys are as secure as possible.

First, let’s go through what you can do to make your API usage as safe as possible. Then, we will explain what we do in order to make it even more secure.

Limit your keys permissions

Creating API keys on your crypto Exchange is quite an easy task and it opens the door to awesome new features such as our DCA algo trading, but…


The market is complex — It does whatever it wants to do. It’s also mathematically unpredictable — and for that reason, wise people had invented the DCA method. Why? Because we are not magicians to know when to buy or sell, with certainty.

Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA) is a strategy where you divide a selected amount into equally-sized portions to purchase cryptocurrency at a regular time interval. This can be daily, once a week, once a month, or whatever you think is best.

We feel that it might be good to mention that DCA isn’t some “new kid on the…

Did you miss the chance to invest in Bitcoin in 2011 or any other cryptocurrency before 2017 to make a significant gain? You are not alone — many people have not even heard about Bitcoin or blockchain before all this happened.

I am sure you’ve done your due diligence on how you can invest in cryptocurrencies, but you’ll admit that all your findings can be confusing.

When to buy? What to buy? How can you be sure not to lose while buying? Where and how to start?

In your research, you found out that the market is still fluctuating. Do…


Automated Crypto Trading for You with DCA Strategy

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