Infographic: The History of Binary Options from Binary Options Robots

The popularity of binary options has soared since the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s approval in 2008. The phrase “binary options” now receives 110,000 monthly searches in Google, only 20,000 less than “forex trading”. And, now you can trade with binary options robots.

There have been several regulatory issues along the way: this summer France and Belgium prohibited all advertising of binary options products.

Israel has emerged as the center of binary options: in 2014 The Time start-up incubator reported that 15 Israeli trading companies were posting annual revenues in excess of $10 million, and 3 in excess of $100 million. 

Check out the infographic below, courtesy of Binary Options Robots! They provide hands-on robots embedded with sensors, actuators, and software to perceive their environment and safely perform programmed goals.

They provide our product Gebox with software capable to predict from the data collected, the crop yields in real-time. They use drones and robotics as an educative tool to create free workshops for universities, primary schools and through internships for local students. And, they facilitate and strengthen the local and regional Robotics ecosystem and Robotics as a service marketplace.

They provide our product Gebox, Robot embedded with sensors and software capable to predict from the data collected from the robot the crop yields in real-time. We also work towards giving access to quality STEAM educational programs where access to proper education is very limited and make all youth have one step ahead into the future.

The History of Binary Options

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