Today many large funds, institutional investors, and experienced traders use algorithmic trading: they invest using automated trading strategies that buy and sell using signals they receive from trading algorithms. This form of trading has a number of significant advantages over trading manually and provides high returns which are not presently accessible to the public trading on both cryptocurrency markets and traditional markets.
Tradingene is a blockchain-based platform designed to bring algorithm creators and investors together on an auction-based marketplace. We built Tradingene to meet investors’ and algorithm creators’ key requirements. Our project’s goals are: (i) to provide quality opportunities to retail investors who wish to invest using trading algorithms; (ii) to provide algorithm creators with opportunities to develop and test trading algorithms and attract capital; and (iii) to create the conditions for maximally efficient, transparent and profitable investment in trading algorithms.
“Tradingene will become an Uber on the algorithmic trading market,” says Daniel Wolfe, CEO. “There are a large number of inefficiencies in the algorithmic trading market. Current players have fee structures that do not motivate creators. Many platforms have a large number of ‘garbage’ and curve-fitted trading algorithms. In addition, they do not provide transparent pricing nor do they offer the opportunity to create algorithms for a wide range of markets. Tradingene solves all of these problems with a number of innovations and an entirely new ideology: the trading algorithm as investment product!”
Even today Tradingene is a ready-to-use product for algorithm creators. The platform has more than 300 creators who have created over 2000 tested algorithms. Tradingene currently works with a select number of private investors. In 2018 the platform will be available to retail investors.
Tradingene’s ICO starts in March. Right now a closed Pre-Sale is ongoing. Investors seeking further information should contact: [email protected]
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