Q. What’s been the hardest part of making your company so far?


A. The legal and regulatory considerations for a cryptocurrency company can be vast - early on we had to consult with lawyers to make sure we were taking all of the right steps to be on the right side of U.S. Securities laws, as we are a U.S. registered company.

 

This meant considerable time had to be put into the legal aspects of the company, that could have otherwise been spent on engineering and product development. We are currently running a presale under Reg D for accredited investors, and plan to open up the presale to non-accredited investors via Reg CF (currently in the works).

Q. What are some of the hurdles the company faced and overcame to reach where it stands right now ?

A. We have one driving philosophy: developers, developers, developers. Attracting talented and motivated developers is the biggest hurdle we have encountered so far.

Q. What is your ultimate end goal for your company?


A. At Cryzen, we believe the future of trading will be algorithmic and AI driven. Asset prices are typically driven by real-world events, and machine learning is required to understand real-world events as they are expressed in news articles and social media.

 

Therefore, we intend to prioritize the utilization of machine learning on our platform to enable algorithm developers to easily interweave predictive machine learning models in their trading strategies. The ultimate end goal of Cryzen is to research and develop cutting-edge machine learning and reinforcement learning algorithms that make sense of social media, news, and cryptocurrency price data to generate actionable trading insights which we can both utilize and provide to our user base.

 

CRYZEN 

Algorithmic Trading Gets Democratized

Writing & Research: Roxanne Shweky

CRYZEN

Algorithmic Trading Gets Democratized

Writing & Research: Roxanne Shweky

Managing cryptocurrency market trades doesn’t have to be cryptic - or time consuming. The team at Cryzen is on the fast track to integrating machine learning and custom algorithms to investors of the cryptocurrency market, all while hosting a XEN token bounty program that supports learning coding.

 

Cryzen has been working hard since its founding in February 2018 to create the Cryzen Trading Platform, which went live October 26th, 2018. Co-founders Shuvro Biswas (M.S. Applied Mathematics), Kirill Kashin (Ph.D. Physics), and Robin Raymond (Ph.D. Mathematics) have been working hard on the product since founding, and we spoke with Community Development Manager Brian Lora about the future of the company and algorithmic trading.

Q. How does your company make people’s lives better?


A. Cryzen gives developers and traders the tools to automate their trading strategies. This means people don't have to spend all day in front of a computer trading and can focus instead on more scientific and rigorous approaches to implementing and executing their strategies.

 

Cryzen has further recently launched an initiative to support and encourage people to learn Python (through our XENB token bounty program, we are rewarding anyone who learns python on CodeAcademy with our bounty token), and plans to further support programming and data science literacy.

 

Q. What inspired you to create your company?


A. Shuvro Biswas (M.S. Applied Mathematics) and Kirill Kanshin (Ph.D. Physics) started building crypto trading bots out of a coffee shop in January 2018. Fairly quickly, it became obvious that there were a lot of tedious requirements not essential to trading logic such as data collection, and interfacing with various cryptocurrency exchanges that could be abstracted away into a platform.

 

Joining forces with Robin Raymond (Ph.D Mathematics) shortly thereafter, the trio started down the path to create the most sophisticated and feature rich Cryptocurrency algorithmic trading platform in existence, currently in closed alpha testing. The platform aims to allow developers and traders to go from idea to live strategy on the order of hours (vs weeks otherwise).

Managing cryptocurrency market trades doesn’t have to be cryptic - or time consuming. The team at Cryzen is on the fast track to integrating machine learning and custom algorithms to investors of the cryptocurrency market, all while hosting a XEN token bounty program that supports learning coding.

 

Cryzen has been working hard since its founding in February 2018 to create the Cryzen Trading Platform, which went live October 26th. While co-founders Shuvro Biswas (M.S. Applied Mathematics), Kirill Kashin (Ph.D. Physics), and Robin Raymond (Ph.D. Mathematics) were busy perfecting the product, we spoke with Brian Lora, Community & Business Development Manager about past, present, and future of Cryzen.

Cryzen: Algorithmic Trading Gets Democratized

Managing cryptocurrency market trades doesn’t have to be cryptic - or time consuming. The team at Cryzen is on the fast track to integrating machine learning and custom algorithms to investors of the cryptocurrency market, all while hosting a XEN token bounty program that supports learning coding.

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Artificial Intelligence -- Intelligently Designed

Widespread concern over our eventual AI overlords begs the question: what kinds of minds will engineer these complex, intelligent systems? The likes of Rahul Remanan seem up to the challenge. After graduating from India’s most prestigious medical University, receiving a Doctorate in Neurology from Cornell, founding Nanoveda, a company developing ground-breaking cancer therapies, and Ekaveda, a tech-based think tank, Remanan is turning his attention to AI. Founding Moad Computers, he builds the hardware that runs sophisticated neural nets for American enterprises.

 

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