The first cryptocurrency trading bot to be recognized by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is the Crypto Trading Bot, created by trading platform and trading bot provider Cryptomarket.
The bot can be programmed to help investors in the digital currency space set up a trading account, and to act as an automated trading platform, and as an exchange.
Cryptommarket says it is the first bot to qualify as a securities trading bot under SEC rules.
Cryptonomarket’s bot, called Cryptomaster, is an API for traders to use to access and use the API.
Cryptoms bot is available for Android, iOS, and Windows 10.
Cryptomics API is free and open source.
The company was founded by Kevin Smith, a former hedge fund manager and investment advisor who now runs Cryptomarks trading bot and digital asset trading platform.
Smith said he wanted to create a bot that would be “more like a human” and “not so much a trading bot.”
“You have to have a clear understanding of the technology you are building, and how to use it properly, and have some level of technical expertise,” Smith said.
“This was one of the challenges that I had.
I think that was a real challenge.
I don’t know if you can teach someone how to do this kind of thing, but I think it was one thing that I tried to do, was make sure that I knew the technical details of what I was doing.”
Cryptomasters API, as well as the Cryptomasters trading platform on GitHub, allow anyone to create their own trading bot.
This means there is no need to hire a coding guru to create your bot.
Cryptomarkets API allows anyone to upload a code that sets up a bot, then it will automatically send the code to a remote bot that acts like a “human,” and will act as a cryptocurrency trading platform for crypto.
Cryptomeers API allows for people to create bots, and also has the ability to create an API to automate the process.
The Cryptomakers trading bot was developed as a “simple” trading bot that “would only be able to do some basic tasks,” Smith explained.
It is able to trade the bitcoin, ether, and litecoin, which are currently listed on the Nasdaq exchange, and the “big four” cryptocurrencies listed on Poloniex.
It can also make use of the trading platform’s platform and API, Smith said, and be able sell cryptocurrency to buyers and sellers.
Cryptomeers trading bot is not as complex as some of the other bots, which require a programmer to write code.
The Cryptomases API has a simple API that it will send to a bot.
But, there is also a separate API for trading platforms to make their bots work with other platforms, including the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust (the cryptocurrency used by bitcoin).
The API is also free to use and the Cryptomes API has more advanced features.
For now, Cryptomeans API is only available for the Android platform.
In the coming months, the company plans to release a version that will be more powerful and able to be used with iOS and Windows.
For now, the Cryptomeres trading bot will only be available on the iOS platform.
The company will continue to develop its API and its trading platform in-house.
Cryptomes API will not be available for use on Windows platforms until the company releases an API that is more powerful, but can be used on other platforms as well, Smith noted.
Cryptomic tokens are also a growing field of activity, and are being sold on exchanges such as CoinMarketCap.com.
A recent report by CoinMarket Cap says that more than $2.8 billion in ICO tokens were sold on CoinMarket cap between March and August of this year, with more than half of the tokens being sold to accredited investors, who will then receive a commission for their investment.
Smith believes that there is a need for a trading platform that is built to be “human-like” and will not become too complicated for the average person to understand.
“It’s really human-like for the most part, and we’re building that bot that’s going to be more like a trading system than a trading machine,” he said.