1st February, Tortola, British Virgin Islands: Spectre.ai, the world’s first broker-less trading platform has announced a strategic alliance with prediction market data aggregator, Blitzpredict.io.
Blitzpredict.io will provide predictive tools for a range of events and markets to allow bettors/traders to garner insights about a range of prediction markets, on their platform. If users wish to trade financial prediction markets, they will be forwarding non-U.S traffic to the Spectre.ai trading platform.
Blitzpredict.io has a growing reach in the cryptocurrency and traditional gambling space with an estimated user base of over 20,000. Athol Nourse, business development director at Spectre.ai stated “This is a great partnership which optimizes the value for the end user client. Blitzpredict is an exciting project with a good team which is focused on bringing transparency to the online betting markets. Offering their non-U.S clients the opportunity to trade on the Spectre.ai platform is a natural progression since we share the same values & I am confident their clients will reach maximum satisfaction by trading with Spectre which is one of the world’s safest online trading environments. I believe that our platform will grow in popularity and this partnership takes us one step forward in our mission.”
Brett Richey, CEO of Blitzpredict.io, echoed Nourse’s sentiments “We are excited to work with Spectre.ai as we explore new frontiers in trading and prediction markets. There is a lot of synergy and overlap between sports, crypto, and financial trading, so the partnership is a natural fit. Our users will benefit from the margins and safety of the Spectre platform.”
The Spectre.ai trading platform launches on March 31st, 2018. It is strictly closed to U.S citizens. Blitzpredict.io is currently underway with its token generation event and aims to launch its platform in Q1 2018.
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Disclaimer: This press release may contain forward-looking statements and is not to be deemed as investment advice.