Aurorus
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Trading simulator suggestion?

Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:15 pm

Hey there!
Can someone recommend me a trading simulator, where I can practice crypto trade before I engage in the real trade?
Will be very thankful!

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Re: Trading simulator suggestion?

Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:01 pm

Check out coins2learn.com, you can gain experience without risking any money. It's also free, with a fun, optional competition feature if you want to test what you've learned against other users.
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Re: Trading simulator suggestion?

Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:57 pm

Hey
it will be more useful to have 10$ or 20$, all fees are proportional and you will learn to use all the other tools for btc as wallets and transfer systems.
$20 will buy you .03 Bitcoin, That's over 3,000,000 Satosh.
You will be learning real bitcoin, using real bitcoin, and owning REAL bitcoin.
I use Satosh all the time for things with friends anyway. I use it more the btc because I like trading things with millions of Satosh more than tiny fractions of bitcoin.
Regards
Bitman

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Re: Trading simulator suggestion?

Mon Apr 02, 2018 9:17 pm

In the end, I would agree with bitmannn. These trading simulators often don't have all the features such as stop and limit orders which are fundamental on actual exchange platforms. I think you would learn more by executing trades with a small amount of actual money.

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Re: Trading simulator suggestion?

Fri Apr 06, 2018 12:44 pm

I suggest coins2learn. Been using it when i first started and you can really get the experience without losing a dime.

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Re: Trading simulator suggestion?

Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:10 am

I must recommend the one from Crypto Spaniards, they have an amazing simulator that looks nice, is easy to use AND also has advanced features like Limit Buy orders, Stop Loss / Take Profit, etc. none of the other simulators/games I've found had that. It is free and very addicting to go up the rankings! cryptospaniards.com/simulator (it is in english too)

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