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Covesting Opens Doors to Crypto Intelligence Portal

Gibraltar, February 19, 2018 – Covesting, a universal cryptocurrency trading platform run by former Saxo Bank traders, today announced the launch of its Crypto Intelligence Portal, a comprehensive resource offering a unique insight into cryptocurrency investing.

Professional traders and novice investors will benefit from news, videos, tutorials, articles, trading ideas, and other educational materials posted on Crypto Intelligence Portal. The materials will cover both the fundamental concepts, such as the nature of cryptocurrency and ways to use it, and advanced cryptocurrency trading topics, daily trade ideas and technical analysis from experienced digital asset managers.

The trading ideas section of the portal serves as an excellent way to learn from experienced traders who also plan to become digital asset managers on the upcoming copy-trading platform. While traders have a chance to introduce themselves and showcase their technical analysis abilities, and even enhance their expertise before copy-trading is fully functional on the Covesting platform itself.

“Crypto Intelligence Portal aims to become the largest, community-oriented and continuously growing knowledge resource for investors, as well as a one-stop place to receive the latest information from top crypto-related media outlets, live quotes, charts and latest analysis – everything that everyday investors may need to become successful in cryptocurrency trading. It’s another great addition to Covesting’s all-inclusive infrastructure that we are currently building,” Dmitrij Pruglo, CEO of Covesting, said.

Covesting’s initiative is aimed at helping all interested but yet inexperienced investors familiarise themselves with the market specifics and facilitating the mass adoption of cryptocurrencies. Importantly, Covesting invites all cryptocurrency traders to join the community-driven resource and share their ideas and thoughts.

Covesting has successfully held its ICO, with the funding goal reached sooner than planned. The team is currently at the full-scale development stage and aims to release Beta of the trading platform as early as end of Q1 2018, which is well in line with the original road map.

The first public version of Crypto Intelligence Portal as well as registration are available at the link ci.covesting.io.

This is a sponsored press release and does not necessarily reflect the opinions or views held by any employees of The Merkle. This is not investment, trading, or gambling advice. Always conduct your own independent research.

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