As usual, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has brought together thousands of tech enthusiasts. This year, the crypto community hasn’t been left behind. Several blockchain startups were featured during the show and Cryptohopper was one of them. In fact, this Dutch crypto startup has just launched their advanced automated crypto trading platform known as Cryptohopper Marketplace.
This new Marketplace is a collection of high-performing trading strategies, which people at all skill levels can buy and sell to implement across the exchanges they trade on. It’s a full automated cryptocurrency trading bot, and a platform where users can buy and sell top performing trading strategies. Based on their technical indicators, Cryptohopper trades on your behalf on your favorite exchanges to ensure that you never miss the optimum buy and sell moments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Moreover, through the platform, experienced traders can offer their services. They can send buy/sell signals, as well as create strategies in the platform and offer them for sale in their own branding. The effectivity of their signals is displayed in so-called “performance reports”, and strategies can be tested and reviewed.
Based in Amsterdam, Cryptohopper was founded in 2017, by a Dutch entrepreneur and celebrity, Ruud Feltkamp, and his brother, Pim Feltkamp who is an expert developer, with only €2000 of Bootstrapped funding. In less than 2 years, the startup went from its humble beginnings as a private-use bot on a Raspberry Pi to a cloud trading platform with hundreds of innovative features and over 85,000 users. Actually, it’s considered as one of the fastest growing start-ups in the Netherlands.
Ruud, who today is CEO for Cryptohopper Marketplace, and who has worked for 20 years, since the age of nine, in film, TV and media production stated that as a next step their startup will focus on offering their services in Asia, South-America, and even some African countries as well. In the meantime, most of their customers are based mainly in the United States and Europe. Furthermore, he confirms that they are working on making their platform faster and easier to use, in addition to a mobile app for Cyptohopper, which is in high demand. According to Ruud’s interview in Forber, their team is also investigating the applicability of AI and its efficiency in the crypto trading ecosystem.