Open-Source Community Heads Towards Consistent Profitability Trading Crypto

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People don’t often put the words trading and collaboration in the same sentence. The notion of an open-source trading community may seem counterintuitive. After all, trading is an adversarial game: entities playing the markets are after each other’s money. However, when you think of it, prop trading firms, investment banks, and hedge funds are all examples of collaboration in trading. People within such entities work together—cooperatively—with a common goal. That is the main reason why retail traders play at a significant disadvantage. While firms play with multidisciplinary teams counting math PhDs, data scientists, ML engineers, software developers, market analysts, discretionary…...

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Julian Molina I'm a lifelong entrepreneur and co-founder of, an open-source project crowdsourcing superpowers for retail traders.