Broadly defined, high-frequency trading refers to automated, electronic systems that use complex algorithms (strings of coded instructions for computers) to buy and sell much faster and at much greater scale than any human could do. Our system is designed to make just a tiny profit on each transaction, but through sheer speed and volume, we generate large returns. Hence, we don’t risk a lot but we do profit a lot.
Isn’t that exactly what everyone dreams of? With us you can earn up to 10% per day and withdraw hourly. Fast profits with fast withdrawals. Everything is automated to supply the best possible experience for our investors. If you want to know more about how and why we do this, click on the button below to find out.
We started bit-earn.biz because we had a dream. We wanted everybody to enjoy the benefits of today’s technology. We had the knowledge, all we needed was a way to let the average Joe enjoy the benefits of bit-earn.biz. That is the one and only reason why we have set up this platform. We have been perfecting our know-how since 2010! Don’t believe us? Invest and see for yourself! We’ve been at it for a long time.
15% hourly for 10 hours, that’s fast! How “fast” is fast? Blink, and you’ll miss it. Advances in technology in recent years have made it possible to place buy and sell orders at an ever increasing pace, to automate older, existing strategies and to create new, previously infeasible ones. Trades can now be executed in a few microseconds, one hundred thousand times faster than the blink of an eye (normally about 100 to 400 milliseconds).
We wouldn’t have called ourselves bit-earn.biz if that wasn’t true! It is estimated that 75% of US stock trades are not placed by humans but by computer algorithms. This figure has been expanding over time and is expected to continue to do so. More trading is done by machines than humans because the human brain cannot process the volumes of information needed to make trading decisions and place trades before a competitor does. Algorithms can process millions of pieces of data per second, make sub-millisecond decisions, and take autonomous actions.