World’s 1st AI-empowered Hybrid Asset Trading Platform to March into SEA market
Elpis, a visionary Swiss-registered fintech company building the world’s first AI-powered asset trading platform to manage both traditional and crypto assets for higher returns and greater transparency, will launch a new round of roadshow in Asia, with the 1st stop in Singapore between 18 – 20 September, aiming to introduce their pioneering initiative to more potential investors and partners while seeking possibilities to set up a regional center for further and long-term engagement.
“The world of institutional investment is long overdue a shakeup to rebuild trust and encourage more transparency,” said Anatoly Castella, Elpis Co-founder and CEO.
Through the effective use of its proprietary AI technology, Elpis platform can remove human bias from investment practices, and deliver tailored and transparent strategies with lower costs and higher returns. The platform also exploits blockchain technology to bridge the gap between old and new finance by trading both crypto and traditional assets. The Elpis platform will put every trade and transaction on the Blockchain Public Account Ledger for ultimate accountability, so “every client will be able to clearly see returns and trading activities.”
Unlike traditional asset management funds, Elpis will open up its platform and strategies to not only institutional/professional investors but also non-professional/retail investors. Even the ones with no trading expertise will be able to get access to our trading signals and mirror our trades allowing them to manage their assets more efficiently and safely.
The Elpis team has been testing its strategies on US equities, futures and, more recently, cryptocurrencies since 2008 and has consistently beaten the S&P (See Table 1 and 2 for more details). Due to its confidence in its offering, Elpis platform will charge no management fees but be paid purely on average market performance fee – 20% of profits made.
Elpis believes SEA is a very interesting market abundant with tech talents, a perfect place for its R&D facilities. “The company will definitely create working opportunities in the region in the long term,” said Castella.
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