SPECTRE, short for speculative tokenised trading exchange

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SPECTRE, short for speculative tokenised trading exchange

Postby david100 » Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:20 pm

http://spectretrading.com SPECTRE, short for speculative tokenised trading exchange, is a dramatically different approach to the classic, fraud-ridden financial trading model where brokers regularly tamper with platforms, engaging in unethical behavior with financial traders and clients. Examples of this behavior include tampering with price feeds, freezing withdrawals and trading on the client’s behalf without permission. Instances of fraud are rife across the binary options and FX industry with regulators across the globe struggling to contain the problem. SPECTRE, built ground up on the Ethereum blockchain, removes the financial broker out of the equation and through the creation of novel, private escrow smart contracts along with a decentralized, autonomous liquidity pool, removes the need for deposits as well. This means that traders around the globe can engage with the financial markets, be it binary/digital options or trading FX and other asset classes, without human intervention. The Ethereum blockchain allows us to disrupt the classic trading model and remove the broker out of the picture entirely. The conditional, decentralized and autonomous liquidity pool that is owned by the public (not us) and rewards the public in the form of dividends, brings a new era of transparency into global financial trading. Traditional financial trading scenarios see traders trade directly against the broker’s balance sheet, creating a range of conflicts of interest and moral hazards. Financial fraud in trading is a multi-billion dollar problem each year. The Spectre platform solves this problem. Please note our website's trading services are currently not made available in certain countries such as the USA, Costa Rica, BVI, Caymans, Iran, Venezuela, United Kingdom, Syria, Somalia, North Korea, Yemen, or to persons under age 18.
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