There are huge swings in prices of digital currencies in the digital currency market. OBITS provides the users to profit from these wild swings in the prices of digital currency. The user need not have an in depth understanding of this profit-making process.
OBITS is the way of empowering the users with average knowledge to profit from the price fluctuations in the digital currency market. The user need not have deep knowledge and comprehensive background in blockchain technology or strategies of trading, to achieve this feat.
OBITS are crypto tokens, which are hosted on OpenLedger. OpenLedger is one of the world’s truly decentralised and autonomous exchanges. It makes the holding of cryptocurrency always auditable. It also makes the tokens stable and the user can always see her/his account balance in full anytime. OBITS does not depend on fractional reserves, unlike regular and ordinary banks. Bitshares offers the blockchain technology, on which this business is based. The codes of the business are fully open source for anyone, who is interested to look further into the business.
Those who are holding OBIT coins are automatically entitled to become a part owner of the very bright future, which lies ahead of OpenLedger. OBITS owners perform like real life business personnel. OBITS owner have an access to share the profits, which are being issued by the organisation. The user is also empowered to cast her/his vote on key issues and key decisions made by the issuer. The user’s buying OBITS is equivalent to buying an early stake in a company which has ground breaking technology.
OBITS is free from being subjected to market manipulations. OBITS is also free from extreme volatilities or behavioural and directional unpredictability of the market. OBITS is absolutely opposite to Bitcoin in this matter. This is the power given to the founder team of OBITS to keep the investors invested money protected and safe. This protection and safety is from any unpredictable declines or dips in the values of cryptocurrency.
OBITS is a decentralised and autonomous exchange in the world. No one is authorised to make a decision that is binding on the organisation. No one is authorised to have access to all the funds. The funds of the investor are very well protected as it is distributed on computers all over the world. OpenLedger’s decentralised exchange generates funds by charging fees against services rendered, such as, exchange of cryptocurrency with FIAT currency, making deposits and withdrawals, trading, taking referrals or registering on the exchange. These profits are distributed among the OBITS owners.
It is an understood fact and proved beyond any doubt that OBITS have just started to enter into new markets. There is only one path of development left for OBITS. That is growth and upwards development.
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