TRADANTS launches beta version of its WSOT – prize pool of $200,000 to be won

Fintech startup TRADANTS has launched the beta version of its World Series of Trading (WSOT) competition, which is expected to open for pre-registration on the initiative’s dedicated website, WSOT.com.

Fintech startup TRADANTS has launched the beta version of its World Series of Trading (WSOT) competition, which is expected to open for pre-registration on the initiative's dedicated website, WSOT.com.

The alpha test of the product will include an exciting prize pool of up to $200,000 for the series’ annual main event, as well as other cash prizes and additional bonuses.

The 2022 WSOT is expected to be one of the biggest crypto trading tournaments by far, with over 10,000 users from 55 countries competing on multiple tracks as well as bonus prizes.

“We are confidently moving forward step by step in our ambitious journey to democratize capital markets once and for all and open new horizons for traders who no longer have to risk their own funds to become profitable. The launch of the WSOT.com beta is showing great results in terms of reception of this new concept, and we are seeing huge interest within the trading community, which motivates us to expand and grow every day. said TRADANTS Founder and CEO Lars Gottwik.

Competitions are open to traders worldwide where the TRADANTS platform is available, attracting a geographically diverse crowd of budding champions.

According to a press release, TRADANTS will also launch its own NFT market on WSOT.com. Tournament winners will receive custom artwork that they can also auction off and trade freely. Additionally, the company offers branding opportunities to many industries to sponsor its catalog of contests aimed at getting cryptocurrency investors to hone their trading strategies while having the chance to win big prizes.

TRADANTS is a fintech company made up of entrepreneurs and professionals with expertise in capital markets, online gaming and financial technology. The company was launched in 2021 by Lars Gottwik, the former CEO and co-founder of multi-asset brokerage JFD Group. Gottwik leads the new company as CEO. In October, the newly launched fintech startup raised $1 million in its first-ever funding round.

“The innovative fintech gaming startup is already merging online financial commerce, esports and skill games into one epic game in its first product, now open to the global market. At WSOT.com, people around the world can learn, watch and participate in exciting free paper trading tournaments to hone their skills and win cash prizes,” the press release concludes.

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