Hola mis amigos!
First of all, it has been awhile, right? Not much is happening in our alternative world. Peaceful times, boring times.
Still, we should be grateful since the saying goes "May you live in interesting times". In fact, it's an old curse, so we should be truly happy to be bored.
I have a gift for you today: a new review of a new program. I have used the word "alternative" for a reason – yes, I'm very sneaky – because the program, "a service trader", is called AltTrade although it doesn't seem very unorthodox. What's actually alternative is the currency: AltTrade offers arbitrage and "trading between exchanges", that is altcoins and bitcoins, hence – possibly – the name. Unfortunately, not much more can be found as concerns the company behind the very apropos name. No headquarters, no country of origin, no names. Nada, amigos. What I did manage to find out is that the domain was registered on February 23, 2014 and it expires within a year. Yes, that's it since the rest is secret thanks to the Whois Privacy Protection Service. There is just one more piece of solid information available, namely the particulars regarding the SSL certificate implemented into the website: it's a standard Comodo EssentialSSL certificate that was purchased on May 9, 2014 and is also a one-year deal.
Speaking of the website, it provides the user with the most important data and instructions when it comes to the program itself. The page is well-organized, pleasant to look at and easy to browse. Registering is a piece of cake, but AltTrade requires your full personal data, by which I mean your full name, address and birthdate. Bear in mind that there is a limit of one account per person. We do not learn a lot as far as the investment plans details go, but the FAQ section (the link can be found on the bottom of the page) combined with the Terms and Conditions give us a sneak peak into the AltTrade's ideas. What AltTrade does is "trading on the primary crypto currency markets, seeking daily profit opportunities of up to 5%". What you get is a "minimum ROI of 1.2 per day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year", so the profit is variable day to day, but the margins stay the same.