SEATTLE STARTUP LAUNCHES WITH SOFTWARE FOR ENTERPRISES WRESTLING WITH CRYPTOCURRENCY CHALLENGES
Strix Leviathan will license software to address the complexities that exist with multi-exchange cryptocurrency interaction.
SEATTLE, January 24, 2018 — Strix Leviathan, a Seattle technology startup, launches today with the mission of assisting enterprises and large organizations seeking to solve the complexity and challenges of interacting with cryptocurrency exchanges. The company’s software platform combines an order execution and data ingestion engine with artificial intelligence, machine learning and proprietary algorithms to create the optimal environment for automated trading.
Seattle entrepreneur Jesse Proudman leads the company. Proudman founded and led cloud computing startup Blue Box before selling to IBM in 2016. He has assembled a team of experts in cryptocurrency, statistical modeling, data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, infrastructure, operations and entrepreneurship. With experience from GitHub, CERN, Blue Box and IBM, the team is well positioned to capitalize on this opportunity.
“As the past several weeks have proven, the market value of crypto assets can fluctuate wildly,” said Proudman, founder and CEO of Strix Leviathan. “Cryptocurrency markets lack a way to address this volatility in an automated and algorithmic way. Strix Leviathan has solved that problem.”
Strix Leviathan is exploring additional market opportunities, including licensing access to the company’s analytics tools, leveraging the vast amounts of market data aggregated and managed by the company.
About Strix Leviathan
Strix Leviathan is a Seattle-based technology company developing software for enterprises wrestling with the challenges of trading cryptocurrencies. In pursuit of this mission, the company’s team of technologists and data scientists are applying decades of applied mathematics, computing and cloud infrastructure knowledge. More at www.strixleviathan.com.
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