- Rosh Singh, the CEO and co-founder of Quadency, recently sat down to chat in an interview.
- We’re going to go through some of the highlights over the course of the weekend.
- Singh was asked on how he got involved in the crypto space and what his professional background is in the business world.
Rosh Singh, the CEO and co-founder of Quadency, recently sat down to chat in an interview to talk about the New York-based tech startup which is set to build digital asset trading and portfolio management tools for not just institutional investors but retail investors too.
Speaking in the interview, Singh explained why he started the tech startup, the benefits of using a crypto trading terminal, the challenges of being able to build an efficient user experience for crypto traders and more.
We’re going to go through some of the highlights over the course of the weekend.
To start off, Singh was asked on how he got involved in the crypto space and what his professional background is in the business world.
“Before starting Quadency, I was leading technology and engineering efforts at Learnvest, a personal financial planning platform that was acquired by Northwestern Mutual. Before that, I spent over a decade in the retail FX trading space as the co-founder of FX Junction – a social trading platform connecting 200+ brokers worldwide. I came across Bitcoin around 2011 while researching the markets and I was instantly intrigued by its design and promise. I didn’t, however, start trading Bitcoin or crypto until much later due to the lack of established markets at the time.”
As a little bit of background on Singh, he is a seasoned tech expert who is experienced in developing and designing innovation fintech products for FX and crypto markets.
The interviewer then went onto ask Singh on why he decided to start the New York-based tech startup. Given his experience in FX, the crypto bull run of December 2017, was an opportunity that couldn’t be ignored.
“Coming from a background in FX, I participated in the crypto bull run of 2017 as a speculator/trader. I was amazed to see that despite all the buzz and hype around blockchain and crypto, very little had changed in the 6 years I had been following the space when it comes to user experience and professional tools for traders. As I dug deeper, I found promises after promises, but very little substance. Tokens were being issued and new exchanges opened up almost daily, but no one was paying attention to what the traders wanted. So we made it our mission to fix that by building a better trading platform that combines design and performance without sacrificing features and most importantly, security.”
We’ll go through more highlights of Singhs time in the crypto space and his interview tomorrow. For more news on this and other crypto updates, keep it with CryptoDaily!