Founder Jordan Lindsey, Finding Ways with Bitcoin Growth Bot

By utilizing his Bitcoin Growth Bot, finance manager turned programmer, turned CEO Jordan Lindsey, uses some impressive talents to earn his investors and clients significant returns in the Forex markets.

Lindsey’s newest company, JCL Capital was hatched in 2005. The firm is currently focused on the helping to earn their investors significant returns. As an investor, money manager guru, and computer algorithm developer, Jordan Lindsey helps his clients make impressive financial returns on their investments.

Jordan is the inventor of the Bitcoin Growth Bot, a computer program that operates in conjunction with cryptocurrency and the Forex markets. He created the first trading bot used with a financial program, which deals with lending. Because of this bot, Jordan Lindsey’s firm, JCL Capital has made investors some impressive monthly as well as yearly returns on investment (ROI) by trading in Forex.

Mr. Lindsey recently developed a computer algorithm (bot) that works seamlessly with specific markets like Forex. The Bitcoin Growth Bot, a computer program that Lindsey envisioned was brought to life to help traders make more informed decisions and be wiser with how they invest in Forex. The Bitcoin Growth Bot that Jordan developed is the first of its kind to work as a third-party verified program used in markets that involve cryptocurrency. Lindsey’s impetus for developing the bot was to propel himself into an area in the financial sphere that could use technology and cryptocurrency to help people increase the value of their investments.

Besides developing his Bitcoin Growth Bot, Jordan Lindsey has created quite a few financial firms. He had been researching blockchain technology, Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies for quite a while, before launching his bot.

Jordan has been the VP at Maximum Capital Management — a financial firm — and an advisor at Energia Global. He was also the chief executive officer of Prive Information Services.

Lindsey attended Mount Angel Seminary and St. Joseph’s College but did not major in engineering or economics.

During those years, however, he was very interested in the financial markets. Lindsey did have a passion for finance, and later on, computer programming and entrepreneurship.

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