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Cindicator launches crypto hedge fund based on hybrid intelligence

Friday, December 13, 2019

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

FinTech firm Cindicator Capital has announced the launch of a quantitative crypto hedge fund powered by hybrid intelligence.

According to the company's announcement, it uses enhanced machine learning models and hybrid intelligence data to forecast and thus making investment strategies.

Cindicator is an ecosystemic fund, based on an alpha-generating vehicle including thousands of decentralized analysts from 135 countries, it said.

The data flow of forecasts from the analytical platform is enhanced with machine learning (ML) models, which feeds a variety of algorithmic strategies. Additionally, the fund develops strategies based on quantitative research on a variety of data sets.

Part of the fund's revenues will be used to reward analysts for correct forecasts in proportion to their intellectual efforts and the quality of indicators based on their predictions.

Cindicator has invested $500,000 of the corporate treasury into the fund's strategies. That amount will be extended gradually to $2.5 million in the coming months.

The meta-strategy run internally by Hybrid Intelligence has demonstrated strong double-digit annual returns on Bitcoin. This strategy will now be rolled out within Cindicator Capital.

The fund is structured as a master-feeder vehicle and is open for investors from a majority of jurisdictions including the US, the EU, the UK, Asia, and the Middle East.

Members of the Cindicator Capital team have previously w......................

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