Artificial intelligence (AI) and cryptocurrency technology provider DigiMax announced today that it has signed a cooperation agreement with Bitget. Encrypted exchange Headquartered in Singapore.
Following the launch of USDT futures, one-click copy trading and quantum swap futures, in April this year, Bitget further announced the full acquisition of the decentralized encrypted wallet Bitkeep.
The cooperation agreement will give DigiMax and Bitget the opportunity to cooperate on mutually beneficial business arrangements, including allowing Bitget users to first understand DigiMax’s trading signal product CryptoHawk, and ultimately provide direct access to CryptoHawk within Bitget’s platform.
In addition, the two companies intend to develop an API system to allow Bitget users to access CryptoHawk signals and allow direct one-click trading based on the released new CryptoHawk indicator.
“By becoming a partner of Bitget, CryptoHawk users will not only have the opportunity to improve transaction efficiency and security, but in the near future, they will also be able to conduct automated transactions through CryptoHawk signals. We are very happy to cooperate with Bitget for our present and future User base provides ever-increasing value.”
– CEO of DigiMax, Chris Carl
As an artificial intelligence-driven price trend forecasting tool, any investor can use CryptoHawk to maximize their digital trading profits. It provides hourly price trend forecast indicators to help subscribers interested in trading Bitcoin or Ethereum, and now provides overall trend guidance for a broader cryptocurrency portfolio.
The CryptoHawk tool is unique because it uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to obtain profits from the volatility of cryptocurrencies, instead of taking the risk of buying and holding investments.
Please note that from June to July 2021, CryptoHawk trading signals brought a +44.9% return and a +22.1% return for Bitcoin and Ethereum before trading commissions. During the same period, Bitcoin’s net change was +5.1%, while Ethereum fell -3.6% during this period.