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Zug Switzerland highly anticipated ICO, trade.io announced it has licensed advanced technology from Modulus, a leading provider of financial technology products for over 20 years. Modulus has provided its services to The Nasdaq Stock Market, Microsoft, and Google, amongst many other top names, in addition to millions of individual investors and traders around the world.
The arrangement provides trade.io the ability to tap into Modulus’ expertise and innovative technology as it completes the build out of its platform & exchange. From a Modulus standpoint, it allows them to support trade.io’s team which includes expertise in blockchain & artificial intelligence.
Richard Gardner, Founder & CEO of Modulus on the partnership, “The general trend in the financial industry is undoubtedly moving towards blockchain technology. We were impressed with trade.io’s experience and approach in blockchain, artificial intelligence, and high performance computing, all of which align with the core competencies of Modulus.”
Charles Voltron, Chief Technology Officer at trade.io commented, “In working with Modulus previously on a few projects, I can vouch for the fact they are best of breed in terms of financial technology and innovation, and our entire development team is excited to be working with their company going forward” Voltron concluded, “While blockchain development in finance has grown by leaps and bounds, we’re still in its infancy stage, and trade.io is becoming more and more one of the preeminent firms in this space.”
trade.io’s pre-ICO has begun and will run until November 25th, with the ICO starting November 28th until December 15th. Visit trade.io to sign up for more information.
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