BOTS: Version 1.0.4. is live
In the last update, which went live in the appstores last week (version 1.0.4), some things have changed. The most important ones are listed here for you.
When creating an account, users must create a passcode. This only happens when a user actually deposits money on a bot. The passcode can then be seen in the user's profile. If there is no passcode, it means that no money has been deposited to a bot yet.
If a user has forgotten his or her passcode, they can now retrieve it via the "forgot password" screen. When the user indicates his telephone number, country of birth and the last transaction ID (which can be retrieved via their own bank details) the passcode can be restored.
Notifications for iOS users
From now on, both new and existing users of the BOTS app on iOS can set whether or not they want to receive notifications. For example, every week we send a notification with the Bot of the Week. You don't want to miss it of course.
Results for non-running bots
As a user, you can now also see the results of the bots you have not invested in. This was already possible for all "active" bots and is now also available for all non "active" bots in the app.
In addition to the above improvements, a number of small things have been changed in this latest update:
- User-friendliness when changing different screens in the BOTS app
- Start date added to the information of an active bot
- General design improvements that improve readability and user-friendliness
- Faster app loading time
Investing is for everyone
Everyone should be able to invest. And now they can. With BOTS. Together we are going to make the world of investment fairer and more transparent. Are you interested, but your question hasn't been answered yet? Take a look at the FAQs on our site. Or contact us, we will be happy to explain it to you in person.
There is no such thing as risk-free trading. It is possible to lose (part of) your stake.