Battling AI algorithm tested on a quantum computer for first time

(Last Updated On: January 26, 2019)

Battling AI algorithm tested on a quantum computer for first time

Someone even stated that Renaissance Technologies has been testing this for 2 years. What do you think? Here is the article. Is this reading for algo or high frequency trading?

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2191929-battling-ai-algorithm-tested-on-a-quantum-computer-for-first-time/amp/

Crypto Currency Real Time Trading Signals Risk Taking

I got this email from someone:

Is it a Paid trial? or will you be sending test signals first and then charging subscription fees?

The thing is I am interested in the service but depending on the price as the dollar prices have been fluctuating a lot lately in my country. The price of $ went 30% up and that is why I only spend money on software and services which I am certain will be a good investment.

I made a video response here

 

 

Signals are still working quite nicely. Over 22 hrous, 22 positions had a 82% win ration and trading return of 2.029%. Not bad for this strategy. All the big crypto coins are still negative with the exception of Litecoin.

Just remember I will be releasing these trading sigals in coming days. If interested, get the details here

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2019/01/crypto-currency-real-time-trading-signals-now-working/

Thanks Bryan

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