Moving to the cloud of trading

The cloud is a growing framework for I.T. 

Trading is 90% information & technology (I.T.) so isn't it logical that you trade on the cloud?  There are a ton of companies offering such services, but one stands out:

SkyDesks.

The difference between SkyDesks and your traditional VPS is that SkyDesks is not connected to Microsoft (MSFT) or any other Monopoly.  It exists as it's own VM in Digital Ocean (available Pre IPO here) in the cloud.

There are alternatives, such as CNS - but again, you're going to be dealing with Windows BS.  

Trading VPS with CNS - Get a shared or dedicated trading server for Forex, Stocks, or Futures.  Sleep at night and don't worry about computer outages.

SkyDesks is something different.  It's a new look at a computing paradigm.  The SkyDesks virtualization platform can be used for applications beyond trading - such as office, security, and many others.  And they have an API which allows you to customize your own virtualization interface.  MT4/MT5 is pre-configured in minutes. No need to worry about downloads, installation, connectivity, PC crashes, etc. With Cloud Trading you only need is a web browser.

Crediblock.com is involved in developing disruptive technologies and this is one.  Others include Blockpad, PreIPOSwap, and some secret undisclosed projects.

Also, we offer a SecondSight service that provides market intelligence about changing market paradigm.  There are tons of cloud services.  That's not the point.

There are those which are going to be changing the computing paradigm, our job is to identify them.  Checkout SkyDesks, and check back with us in 90 days.

According to MarketsandMarkets:

The global cloud computing market size is expected to grow from USD 371.4 billion in 2020 to USD 832.1 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 17.5% during the forecast period. While technology spending in APAC has increased, the setback due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic is imminent. The cloud technology adoption is expected to increase in sectors where the WFH initiative is helping to sustain enterprise business functions.

Big companies are going to extract the majority of that business.  But we're interested in the margins - if companies like SkyDesks can get only a fraction of this market, their business model will be explosive.  

For further updates checkout Crediblock Venture Capital.