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Episode 24: How to Create Trading Signals for Cryptocurrency Markets [Podcast]

  • 6 December 2018
  • John Drebinger

EP.24 How to Create Trading Signals for Cryptocurrency Markets - Timothy Tam

Cryptocurrency trading is in a wild wild west phase, and newcomers need to do everything they can to understand both the technology and crypto markets, before investing any money. The trouble is, “experts” abound and it’s hard to tell who knows what they’re talking about and what their motive are. One possible alternative to taking advice from crypto opportunists is to leverage technology to better assess crypto markets and get real time insights on how crypto assets are performing.

In this interview, I get answers from Timothy Tam, Co-founder of CoinFi, on where crypto trading technology is headed and what investors can expect in the near term. CoinFi is working on tools to help investors make data-driven decisions, and more solutions like theirs are hitting the market every day. Timothy's insights will help you understand what challenges come with trading in crypto, and some suggestions on how to be a smarter investor if you chose to enter the market. If you’ve been interested in crypto trading, but feel like you lack the tools to make smart decisions definitely give this episode a listen.

What you will learn in this episode:

  • What technology is developing in the crypto asset management space.
  • How to use technology to assess the performance of crypto assets.
  • What to look out for when seeking insights and data on crypto trading.

Resources mentioned:

CoinFi: www.CoinFi.com

Twitter: @coin_fi

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About John Drebinger

John Drebinger is a champion for disruptive technologies, with special expertise in Blockchain and Space tech. He is the host of the Blockchain Disruption podcast, and a member of Disruptor Daily’s Blockchain research corps.

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