Level01 launches the World 1st DeFi Platform for AI-Guided Derivatives Trading on Google Play
Industry First Ultimate Fair DeFi Platform for Derivatives/Options Traders
Level01, a pioneer in decentralized peer-to-peer derivatives trading, has launched it’s innovative DeFi platform on Google Play . Developed over many years by a team of experts in quantitative analytics, big data, AI, derivatives pricing & risk analysis; the platform and app boasts ground-breaking innovations never yet seen before in the financial markets.
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One such innovation is their FairSense AI which provides fair pricing and risk vs reward probabilities for both sides of a trading contract, ensuring optimum balance and fair value pricing among traders. By levelling the playing field through decentralization, AI and big data, newcomers or retail traders can now trade with the same efficiency as professionals. The real-time analytics from the AI are derived from data provided by Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters (Refinitiv), two of the biggest global providers of financial information.
While most DeFi platforms deal with spot trading in digital assets, Level01 has pursued a more challenging development aspiration: to deliver a world class decentralized derivatives platform capable of handling all forms of trading contracts beyond cryptocurrencies; encompassing forex, commodities and eventually stocks and indices. With the global derivatives market estimated to be worth over $542 trillion, the platform’s wide coverage of major derivatives markets will enable Level01 to earn revenues many times above the nascent cryptocurrency market.
Most people are hyped up about the decentralized borrowing and lending aspects of DeFi, but overlook that derivatives trading is one of the biggest markets around, and Level01 will be leading the DeFi charge into this category.
As a decentralized platform that facilitates peer to peer trading, traders enjoy much lower fees and are free from the risks associated with centralized exchanges or brokerage platforms such as unilateral liquidation, long processing/settlement, slippage and manipulation, hacking or sudden closure, which are risks prevalent in centralized custodial platforms.