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November 24, 2020

BOTS and Atama close million-dollar deal

Atama.ai develops trading strategies based on AI. BOTS is the platform app for these strategies for the whole world. An obvious collaboration came about last Friday.

BOTS and Atama close million-dollar deal
BOTS and Atama close million-dollar deal

The Netherlands and artificial intelligence

Today Het Parool published an article on the state of artificial intelligence in the Netherlands. Although Amsterdam is Europe's number three, the Netherlands is hopelessly lagging behind the US and China.

Atama and BOTS are going to change this together.

Atama and BOTS

Atama and BOTS are going to develop bots for the BOTS app that beat the market by far and are attractive to the long-term investor. Markets that the bots will focus on include crypt currencies, various emerging markets and the tech industry.

Letter of intent

Last Friday, both parties signed a letter of intent. Atama and BOTS set ambitious goals: 65 clashes in 12 months with a trade volume of €650 million.

Tim Stribos of Atama: "AI is smarter than people in both combinations and strategies. We let 8 super processors run for weeks to figure out a trading option. 65 Bots is going to be quite a job, but also a lot of fun!"

Michiel Stokman of BOTS: "This collaboration is exactly what we want with BOTS: To give everyone (not just the professionals) access to high returns at a lower risk."

Atama soon starts launching two strategies on the BOTS app. The bots of Atama will trade on the new BEM trading system of BOTS.

Atama's bots are expected to appear on the BOTS app around December.

More information about Atama can be found on their website.

Investing is for everyone

Everyone should be able to invest. And now they can. With BOTS. Are you interested, but your question hasn't been answered yet? Take a look at the FAQ's on our site. Or contact us, we will gladly explain it to you in person.

The BOTS app is now live

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There is no such thing as risk-free trading. It is possible to lose (part of) your stake.