Omnia Markets Features Data Critical in Assessing Now Volatile Crypto Markets
NEW YORK, July 11, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Omnia Markets, Inc., a one-stop artificial intelligence platform providing cryptocurrency-based data, proprietary and non-proprietary analytics, comprehensive and reliable industry market information, and trends, has launched a WeFunder campaign to engender support for this essential tool for investors arriving in time to bring much-needed analysis of very volatile cryptocurrencies.
The platform is raising $1 million via the SEC's Reg CF on WeFunder. Investors will receive equity as per the SAFE Agreement – Simple Agreement for Future Equity. There are five tiers of rewards for investors to choose from as well as a 5% early bird discount for the first $100,000 raised. Here is the link:
"We are looking for investors that want to support a company that provides information from global sources with the highest level of analytical tools at an affordable cost, promotes effortless research to make the best investment decisions in the volatile crypto market, and be a part of a new wave in data analytics in a dynamic market," said Mitesh Shah, founder and CEO of Omnia Markets. "Now more than ever, investors need unbiased education, information, and analytical tools to make informed investment decisions in a market that has declined along with most of the other investable markets, such as stocks and bonds, around the world."
The Version 1.0 platform fulfills the increasing demand for cryptocurrency education including key information that is usually hard to find and never all on one site, such as flagging wash trading volume via the proprietary artificial intelligence "cleansing" algorithm and the machine learning outlook algorithm providing investors and analysts with an immediate trend outlook on key cryptocurrencies.
"At a time when media is focusing on one or two currencies, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, the Omnia Markets platform is offering a comprehensive tableau of all major global cryptocurrencies in real time – which is absolutely necessary in this time of flux in the markets," added Shah.
Omnia Markets democratizes the industry, making data and tools available to everyday investors, much of which is now only available to high income individuals on expensive terminals such as Bloomberg's. These tools include 180+ technical indicators for analysis, two AI/ML algorithms, access to the top actively traded coins, etc. The platform offers the following value proposition:
1. One-of-a-kind platform: Omnia is democratizing features otherwise found in more expensive platforms for everyday investors and the community.
2. Value: Users get access to high-end features on a little-to-no-cost basis. These features are built from the ground up for the cryptocurrency industry to allow users to conduct in-depth analyses for their specific situations/investment criteria.
3. Education: Gets users on the same level of information access as more sophisticated investors that already have years of experience in conducting technical analysis. The platform lays the basis for users to quickly understand what Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, DeFi, NFTs, and Bitcoin all are, while also teaching them how to use each indicator offered. While not a replacement for higher education and online schools like Coursera/Khan Academy, users don't necessarily have to take years of study before they are able to use the technical tools.
4. Vision: A.I./M.L. concepts – Since there is so much data floating around the industry, Omnia weeds out the noise and provides actionable information and data via its AI/ML algorithms. While the platform is starting with two algorithms, Omnia will quickly expand over the next couple of years while also bolstering the currently available algorithms by including deep learning to allow them to grow and mature over time and become more reliable. Omnia Markets is also building a unique ML-based reporting system to allow each user to create their own customized research reports based on their own criteria–allowing them to get a tailored look at the industry and assist in their research and investment needs.
5. Industry Insights: Our global insights team will provide users with the latest information on the industry and specifically look at how these pieces of information are impacting specific coin prices and the industry as a whole.
Omnia Markets offers multiple levels for memberships– basic and premium tier level services within the platform to better suit each user. All features of the site are available free to all users until subscription pricing is implemented at a later date. After which, a large portion of the analytical tools will still remain free to encourage and promote investors to do as much of their own research and analysis as possible.
For more information about Omnia Markets, please visit
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About Omnia Markets, Inc.
Omnia Markets is a one-stop Artificial Intelligence platform providing expertise on financial analytics, trends, news, and information in the cryptocurrency industry.
The Company offers a decentralized cryptocurrency platform collecting, aggregating, and filtering information regarding crypto-companies and their coins. Creating the first A.I. cleansed database of cryptocurrencies available in the global market, the Company is addressing the concerns investors and consumers face by enabling them to effortlessly research crypto-companies and their coins. The Company provides the highest standards and proprietary analytical tools for investors and consumers to use when evaluating various cryptocurrencies.
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