Faisal Khan talks to Lawrence Richardson from ZeroSum about the world of digital trading.

Take game theory, throw a lil’ bit of real money, add the stock markets of the world, squeeze some incentives and don’t forget a pinch or two of the crypto world and shake it (or stir it). What do you get? You get daily fantasy trading! Trade against your peers and not the professionals. Listen to our interview with Lawrence Richardson, CEO and founder of ZeroSum.

The ZeroSum Platform is a peer versus peer competitive platform that allows individuals to create and participate in competitions that require a measurable skill in a given subject matter. Users enter with a defined entry fee and if victorious against their peers win prizes immediately.

Initially created to isolate trading skill in trading competitions, the platform and technology base are extensible in order to support any desired peer versus peer competition event.

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Faisal Khan

Faisal Khan specialises in cross-border money transfer and payment systems as a payments consultant and evangelist for digital money. He is a regular contributor to the Around the Coin podcast.

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