Updated the Robots website: https://schmitt-trading.com/robotsPlease read about the robots we invented:Schmitti4 is the most dreamy of our robot family. He is slightly apathetic and can’t be disturbed by anything. Schmitti4 is active on the currency market and buys and sells the currency pair Euro/US Dollar. The Schmitti4 robot is a medium-term trading robot that buysContinue reading “Introduction of Schmitti4”
Monthly Archives: October 2021
Bitcoin turns ten – here’s how it all started and what the future might hold
Sashkin / Shutterstock Jack Rogers, University of Exeter A mysterious, anonymous entity known as “Satoshi Nakamoto” posted a white paper on October 31 2008 entitled “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”. It was the first time that the concept of Bitcoin entered the world. But outside of the cypherpunk mailing lists – those promoting theContinue reading “Bitcoin turns ten – here’s how it all started and what the future might hold”
Bitcoin’s threat to the global financial system is probably at an end
No ifs or bits. ImageFlow Gavin Brown, Manchester Metropolitan University and Richard Whittle, Manchester Metropolitan University 2020 could well be the year that the cryptocurrency dream dies. This is not to say that cryptocurrencies will die altogether – far from it. But to all the financial romantics who have cheered the rise of bitcoin andContinue reading “Bitcoin’s threat to the global financial system is probably at an end”
Introduction of the individual robots
Updated the Robots website: https://schmitt-trading.com/robotsPlease read about the robots we invented:Our trading robots are fully automated trading systems that buy and sell the German DAX Future or other instruments on behalf of the investor. Meanwhile, our robots can cover all asset classes such as equities (DAX), bonds (Bund), currencies (EURUSD), and precious metals (Gold).
The Bitcoin bubble has burst, so what are the alternatives?
You may have heard of Bitcoin … but what about Litecoin? btckeychain Pj Radcliffe, RMIT University The cryptocurrency Bitcoin has been in the news lately with a sudden surge in value followed by a spectacular crash – not to mention the unfortunate tale of US$4 million in Bitcoin on a hard drive that was accidentallyContinue reading “The Bitcoin bubble has burst, so what are the alternatives?”
Updated the Robots website: https://schmitt-trading.com/robotsPlease read about the robots we invented:Imagine an acquaintance telling you about an ingenious stock exchange trading system with which he regularly earns so much money that it is enough for his daily life. Imagine further that this acquaintance does not have to do anything for it, so that the accountContinue reading “Why Schmitti?”
Bitcoin’s rehab will ultimately determine its true value
Not your pirate currency any more: as traditional institutions embrace Bitcoins, the price will only increase. Flickr/Zach Copley David Glance, The University of Western Australia As Bitcoin’s backers push for it to become acceptable mainstream currency, its value has become increasingly tied to attempts to break the public image that it’s just a currency forContinue reading “Bitcoin’s rehab will ultimately determine its true value”
New Section Introduction of the Company Owner
To learn more about the owner of Schmitt Trading Ltd, read the section Introduction of the Company Owner. Schmitt Trading Ltd has launched its new site Trading Robots on 19.10.2021, 18.45 CEST. We would love to keep you updated in the weeks to come. Please register with WordPress.com and follow our site! You can alsoContinue reading “New Section Introduction of the Company Owner”
Some Info on Civil Law
Updated the Domiciles site: Civil Law Civil law is a legal system originating in mainland Europe and adopted in much of the world. The civil law system is intellectualized within the framework of Roman law, and with core principles codified into a referable system, which serves as the primary source of law. The civil lawContinue reading “Some Info on Civil Law”
How do you mine Bitcoin – and is it still worth it?
A lucrative enterprise? Shutterstock Paul Levy, University of Brighton Most people are bamboozled by Bitcoin. It’s shrouded in jargon and geek speak. It borrows physical metaphors from all over the place adding to the confusion. It talks of “coins”, but there are no physical coins. You’ll hear about “miners”, although there is no physical diggingContinue reading “How do you mine Bitcoin – and is it still worth it?”