How Crowdsense Empowers Traders with Early Intelligence

We’re All Flash Boys

Six years ago, popular business author Michael Lewis released his smash hit book “Flash Boys” which covered the exciting world of high-frequency trading. In the book, Lewis details the length to which Wall Street firms would go in order to make their trades ahead of the rest of the market. One company even cut through mountains to lay a fiber optic cable from Chicago to New Jersey just to gain an advantage of a few milliseconds.

How It Works

Hundreds of cloud servers scrape the billions of unique sources from the entire web including Twitter, Reddit, Telegram, websites and media outlets. The data feeds are checked against Crowdsense’s proprietary algorithms and all the low-quality feeds are filtered out. Only the clearest, most credible signals make it onto the platform.

Case Studies

Early Detection of China’s miner crackdown: The news about China’s mining crackdown has been coming out hard and fast as the once-leader of Bitcoin mining moves to squeeze out decentralized cryptocurrencies from its midst. However, on June 17th 2021, the market still didn’t truly believe that China would carry out its threat to ban Bitcoin. On that day, at 03:07 PM (ET), Crowdsense’s algorithm picked up information that a local government in Sichuan, a province in China that dominates Bitcoin mining, had ordered miners to shut off their machines. In the following 3 days, Dogecoin would lose 36.7% of its value.

Supercharge Your Trading With Superior Intelligence

It’s been a while since the world of investing was dominated by men in suits, screaming orders over one another in the heat of a trading floor. Today, the pace of the markets are dictated by sophisticated trading algorithms that operate at high-frequency and can make split-second decisions to deploy massive capital. Leveraging Crowdsense intelligence could be the difference between preempting the markets and entering when it’s too late to be profitable. Sign up today and start enjoying the Crowdsense edge!

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