Press Release

In the run-up to New Year’s Eve TradeSanta offers their users a Christmas gift and cuts their prices for trading with crypto bots. A cloud-based crypto trading software now enables their users to run bots on top of the leading exchanges with 30% and 50% discounts if they buy a 6-month or a 12-month package, respectfully. 

The discount automatically applies when purchasing or extending one of the trading plans and is valid until December 31, 2019. 

Such an offer potentially means that more traders might want to explore automated cryptocurrency trading in the following year.  

TradeSanta, the automated crypto trading platform, was created to place orders 100 times faster and exempt traders from the ongoing need to stick to their laptops or mobile phones 24/7. 

From now on, with the extended range of discounts, novice, casual and experienced investors will be able to automate their crypto trading experience and do so in a more efficient manner. 

At the moment, there are several packages available for TradeSanta users, including paid options and a free plan with up to 2 bots and an unlimited number of pairs as well as all strategies. 

With the once-a-year offer from TradeSanta, the Maximum Plan that normally costs $100 per month with the 50% discount costs only $50 when buying 12 months at once.

The plan covers an unlimited number of bots and pairs, 0% trading fee on HitBTC, all strategies, Telegram notifications and general support.

While buying the yearly Basic plan, purchasers will only pay $7.5 per month for up to 49 bots, unlimited number of pairs, all strategies, Telegram notifications and general support. Outside of the Christmas sale that normally costs twice as much. 

With the 30% discount the same package would cost only $10.5 per month.

For more trading plans, refer to the TradeSanta’s homepage or their Telegram channel.

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