New Swedish currency fund is based on artificial intelligence

Currency trading based on artificial intelligence is the business model behind a new investment fund launched by a Malmö-based fintech company.

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Swedish fintech company Century Analytics is launching Centuryone, Sweden's first fund to exclusively focus on currency trading based on artificial intelligence (AI), reports Swedish business daily Dagens Industri.

The Malmö-based company is not the first Swedish company to market an AI fund for speculative currency trading.

According to the newspaper, competitor Lynx recently launched an AI-driven fund that trades partly in currency.

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