The Sindric platform will help both retail and institutional users develop frameworks for assessing crypto-asset markets. Users can conceive and back test competing trading strategies, then implement them in real time to secure gains and mitigate losses.
The first platform to include systematic evaluation of cryptocurrency values using fundamental and technical data to achieve real-time analysis. Sindric highlights the trending cryptoassets and offers financial indicators to help buyers make the right portfolio decisions.
Test trading strategies using past data to provide a real-time analysis.
Categorize and rank various cryptocurrencies on a variety of financial and technical indicators to inform your decision-making.
Analyze cryptoassets by using historical data to find patterns and craft prediction models using our artificial intelligence based algorithm.
See past data from top exchanges, allowing the measurement of coin volatility, helping traders see better opportunities.
Monitor trending cryptoassets and exchanges to discover their real market value and invest accordingly.
Yes. All visitors to the Sindric platform have access to the following functionality without having to stake any tokens: Price (in USD and BTC), Circulating Supply, 24H Volume, Price Charts (1D, 1W, 2W), Top Gainers/Losers, Trending Coins, Sindric 50 Index, Portfolio Builder, Relative Coin Performance Comparator, CryptoGurus Twitter Feeds, Crypto Announcements, and Crypto News Feeds.
There are two types of "free" content on Sindric. First is the content available to any visitor to the website, such as the current market price (in USD and BTC) of cryptoassets, their market capitalizations and 24-hour trading information. Second is the content available via staking. Accessing this content is "free," but it does require you to stake tokens during the period of use of the functionality.
In order to be a going concern that can pay its bills (including payroll, data feeds and hosting fees), Sindric requires users who are comfortable with using the SND tokens on the platform. Our hope is that as users become acclimated to the quality of the "free" functionality that requires staking that they might become interested in the functionality that requires spending of tokens as well. The spending of tokens (rather than HODLing them) allows for them to increase access to the platform by others.
Sindric is an a la carte platform, which means when a user would like to access certain functionality, s/he may stake or spend tokens to access that functionality for a set access period.
In Norse mythology, Sindri is one of the dwarves who made three gifts that (1) never miss their mark (e.g., Thor's hammer), (2) give riches forever, and (3) light the path for chariots. The name serves as an inspiration for everything that Sindric is trying to achieve in the cryptoasset space.
No and yes. The platform itself does not use distributed ledger technology. The platform is lightning fast because it relies on traditional database technology to process, transmit and calculate data. Conventional databases are much faster and able to handle higher volumes at lower cost than a database driven by distributed ledger technology. However, the Sindric token (SND) is an ERC-20 token, which means transactions involving the token will be processed through the Ethereum network, which is a distributed ledger technology.
As a global analytics crypto platform, Sindric wants to focus its time and resources on delivering the best quality metrics and algorithms, not the daily value of fiat currencies from our worldwide user base. Thus, we rely on the robust ecosystem of crypto exchanges to allow users around the world to access our platform in a seamless manner. As an ERC-20 token, we can rely on the robust and trusted Ethereum network to process transactions.
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