There are over 1,200 di erent cryptocurrencies in the world today. In 2017, many cryptocurrencies dramatically appreciated and aggregate capitalization of «digital money» exceeded $200 billion by October 2017. The capitalization of Bitcoin (BTC), the most liquid cryptocurrency, exceeds $100 billion and surpassed that of large-scale nancial holdings such as Goldman Sachs ($92.9 billion) and Morgan Stanley ($89.1 billion)2. The market has many alternatives to Bitcoin (“BTC”), many providing opportunities for returns no less interesting or promising than BTC.
It’s no surprise that these new assets and their impressive growth have triggered the emergence of cryptocurrency exchanges that have, in turn, attracted large
and growing numbers of investors eager to pro t from the volatile markets of cryptocurrencies. This has led to an increase in access to and liquidity on cryptocurrency markets. On November 1, 2017, for example, BTC’s daily trading volume exceeded $2.6 billion. New, ambitious cryptocurrencies continue to emerge, dding to the optimism of cryptocurrency traders.
Two questions naturally ow from this: (i) can investments through trading algorithms in cryptocurrency and other popular nancial instrument be made available to a wide range of people? and (ii) why hasn’t anyone done this? This White Paper presents the details of Tradingene. We will explain why the answer
to the rst question is an unambiguous “yes”. And we will explain the existing problems facing those who wish to invest in trading algorithms on both traditional and cryptocurrency markets. We will also present our vision of the solution to these problems and explain the advantages of our platform for both algorithm creators and investors.