Remember the Heads or Tails Game? TurboXBT Trading Orders are Similar, But With a Slight Difference

Before the advent of video games, there were many games kids play, and one of them is the heads or tails game. One of the many variations of this is the coin flipping game which is a bi-directional game that could go in only two ways, win or lose, with no midway compromise. The all new TurboXBT synthetic short term trading platform is designed to reflect this 2-way model, making it possible for users to trade and earn instant profits on either price gains or falls respectively.

Here is What TurboXBT Looks Like

The TurboXBT platform has a very unique design and features that makes it appealing to users, irrespective of their level of experience. The platform offers users the ability to earn up to 90% from a single trade, a model that takes no commission from earnings. This system arguably returns more value to users further adding to its promise of profitability.

TurboXBT supports a total of 17 synthetic digital assets, all spread across 38 trading pairs including but not limited to; BTC/USD, ETH/USD, EUR/CHF, EUR/GBP, NZD/JPY, and XAU/USD. Each of these trading pairs have a unique payout rate, that is, the percentage earning rate that is returned to users after each successful trades. These rates are not constant, and they are determined by the underlying market conditions for that particular asset traded.

TurboXBT also boasts a number of other features that boost user experience, and despite their innovative stance, the development team is committed to rolling out more features in the near to long-term.

Balancing the Heads or Tails Analogy

Playing heads or tails is simple. Taking coin flipping as an example, it only requires you to tag a side of the coin as head for one player, and the other end as the tail. You will need to flip the coin and whatever end faces upward reveals the winner. Here, both players have an equal chance of winning as the coin can either land as either heads or tails.

To gain a proper perspective to how this relates to TurboXBT, let’s quickly describe how the platform works. To place a trade, users will need to choose the trading pair they are comfortable with, as well as their preferred time frame. The supported time frame on TurboXBT includes 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes and 15 minutes respectively. 

After this, the user can click either the green UP button to bet on potential price gains, or on the orange DOWN button to bet on the price fall. The winning is determined based on the path the price trend moves at the chosen time range.

As seen, the winnings on TurboXBT are double faceted, and losses are recorded only when prices move in a different direction as defined in the contract set-up.

TurboXBT is worth the Flip 

TurboXBT is worth every flip (contract/trades placed), as the platform is not just designed to be easy to use, it brandishes a stable uptime that helps traders catch every move in the market in real-time.

Unlike a natural head or tail coin flip game, TurboXBT rides on a superior algorithm and as such, it is not subject to human failure.