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PRESS RELEASE. Trality, a leading FinTech company headquartered in Vienna, Austria, is organizing a worldwide coding competition. Now in its second year, the Trality Trading Competition is fast becoming the premiere proving ground for expert Python trading bot programmers.
Top Prizes for the Top Python Coders
With over 10,000 USDT worth of prizes, the chance at a 50,000 USDT yearly salary, ten free annual subscriptions to Trality’s premium plan (a €575 value each), and invitation-only membership in the Trality Guild, the Trading Competition is an important part of Trality’s future-oriented vision of bringing automated investing to everyone.
As Trality’s co-founder and CEO Moritz Putzhammer explains, “The Trading Competition is back by popular demand. Friendly competition brings out the best in people. Our aim is to offer a chance for programmers to test and improve their skills. When paired with our great community and innovative technology, the result is an amazing event that has something for everyone.”
Algorithmic bot creators can submit their trading bot using Trality’s platform at any time during the submission period, which runs from March 1 – March 31 2022. The Competition itself spans 45 days, from April 1st until May 15th, 2022. All winners will be announced on May 16, 2022.
Strict Security Protocols and IP Ownership
In keeping with Trality’s commitment to the strictest privacy and security protocols, all bot creators remain the sole author and owner of their algorithms, which are entirely end-to-end encrypted.
Even Trality cannot see participants’ algorithms, which are completely confidential and securely stored. The intellectual property for each and every trading bot and its code remain wholly with its creator.
Trading Automation Continues to Gain Ground
Individual retail traders have become increasingly aware of the enormous potential of algorithmic trading tools and the platforms that offer them. No longer the exclusive domain of Wall Street financial institutions, which have been using automated trading for decades, algorithmic trading bots offer a range of benefits, including emotionless trading, higher trading speeds, risk diversification, consistent trading discipline, and powerful back-testing tools using historical data.
Rather than ready-made bots, Trality provides a platform for bespoke bot creation. Whether you’re a casual trader, python guru or an absolute beginner, Trality offers the most comprehensive array of user-friendly tools to help everyone achieve their trading goals.
Advanced Python programmers benefit from the world’s first browser-based Python Bot Code Editor, which comes with a state-of-the-art Python API, numerous packages, a debugger, and end-to-end encryption.
Trality envisions a future in which everything is automated by bots. And when it comes to automated investing, there will be only one place to go: Trality.
Founded in 2019 by Moritz Putzhammer and Christopher Helf in response to the volatile and mostly unpredictable crypto market, Trality exists to bring automated, algorithmic trading to all who need it. While most investors are losing out due to emotional trading or poor timing, the upper echelons of the financial world are raking in the profit thanks to advanced, automated systems.
Trality is changing that by giving everyone access to state-of-the-art tools to automate their own strategies or follow those on the platform who are already doing so—all with multiple fair and flexible packages for different levels of users.
Trality Co-Founder & CEO
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