Is it possible to profit from bitcoin arbitrage even in the face of currency devaluation? | Productivity

Is it possible to profit from bitcoin arbitrage even in the face of currency devaluation? | Productivity

A news story earlier this year surprised those who invest in cryptocurrencies: the dizzying drop in the share of the most famous of them, bitcoin. Even so, in the Quantum Atlas, a 10% return on bitcoin trades was recorded in the same period. The secret? This is what you will discover now.

But first, it is worth remembering quickly what bitcoin, as well as its advantages and disadvantages. Created in 2008, this digital currency enables decentralized transactions, which are carried out and validated by the network's own users. Cryptocurrencies are sent from one to another via the internet, without the need for intermediaries (such as banks).

Success did not come for nothing. With bitcoin, came the chance to make transactions cheaper and faster than in the stock market, 24 hours a day. Compared to the CDB (Certificate of Bank Deposit), it is a more accessible option, since fixed income securities require a minimum initial investment – in Caixa Econmica Federal, for example, this amount of R $ 1,000. With bitcoins, you can start investing with any amount. Immediate liquidity is another positive point. While CDB, CDI (Interbank Deposit Certificate) and Capitalization Bonds can establish a grace period for redemption of money, trading with bitcoins can be done anytime, anywhere in the world.

For these and other reasons, the number of bitcoin users in Brazil is almost three times higher than that of active investors in Tesouro Direto, and more than double the number of individuals on the Stock Exchange (B3).

But of course there are risks: the gain depends on the value of the cryptocurrency. That is why most investors adopt the Buy & Hold strategy. This approach basically consists of acquiring the currency and keeping it in a digital wallet, waiting for the ideal moment when it is possible to sell it for a higher price. But, despite bitcoin's quota, is it possible to mitigate the risks of oscillation?

The secret of Atlas Quantum to obtain 10% profitability in the same period lies in its own algorithm, which allows to optimize trades with bitcoins. It works like this: several digital brokers around the world sell this cryptocurrency for different prices. That is, at the same time, it is possible to find bitcoins for sale at brokerage X and 5% more at brokerage Y. In this case, the tip is to buy at the lowest price and sell at the highest, profiting from the difference.

This process is known as financial arbitrage – a common operation in the traditional market. The question is to have a tool that allows this comparison to be made constantly, to take advantage of the opportunities that arise. the Quantum algorithm comes into play. It monitors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, bitcoin buy and sell offers at four brokerages around the world. And as soon as it detects a significant price difference, it automatically sends purchase and sale orders. The next step is to distribute the profit to investors, increasing the amount of bitcoins each has.

That is why, more than an exchange (as exchange offices are called), Atlas Quantum is an investment. Through an intelligent platform, fintech is able to automate and optimize the operations of buying and selling digital currency. This translates into profit for customers, without having to have the time or knowledge that these transactions require.

Created in 2016, the company today serves investors from different countries, in addition to offering instructions for those who want to take their first steps in the bitcoin market. To invest in Quantum, just register with the system. In the deposit tab, the customer will find an address for sending bitcoins. As soon as the desired amount is transferred, the system will automatically send the cryptocurrencies to the brokers, starting operations.

Security, of course, is fundamental to this model. For this reason, Atlas Quantum constantly monitors its database and withdrawal requests, in addition to periodically performing intrusion and stability tests throughout the system, which helps to discover and avoid any risk of invasion.