What is Capitex
Capitex leverages artificial intelligance trained in game theory to make the best trades possible.
Humans and AI
Traditionally, investment funds either had in house specialists that took the trading decisions, or in house AI to take the decisions.
Capitex applies the best of two world. The team of software engineers develop and improve the artificial intelligece to make the best predictions possible.
The team of market specialists curate and analyze deeply every prediction the AI makes, but they, the humans, are the ones who have the final saying.
Problems & Solutions
Artificial inteligence can't be left alone. The reason why most funds get a low risk score is because they are fully automated. We have developed a workflow that prevents AI mistakes form happening.
Every day it is more common to use artificial inteligence for trading. Through fast, AI is not realiable, a bug or bad prediction can destroy a investment fund.
Through outnumbered by bots, real traders exist, they might be slower, but humans can do better trades than bots. It is quality of trades overquantity of trades.
By joining both trading styles, we can achieve a fast and reliable performance. We can do faster trades than a team of humans would do alone, and more reliable and precise tradesthan an artificial inteligence would do.
The AI we have developed in house makes the suggestions and shows the best trading opportunities to the team of specialists. The humans on the team then take the AI suggestions and work based on them. Getting the best of both worlds.
See what are we investing at
Diversification is key, our currenct portfolio was suggested by our AI,
and curated, reviewed and approved by human specialists.
We keep almost half (43%) of our portfolio in extremely liquid assets, while the rest is divided in more secure investment. The reason why we have got such a high score on the investment risk assesment made by an independent analyst (which means our portfolio is rated as being extremely low risk), is because we have revenue investment that secure our operations.
Half of the portfolio is designed to make our investors profit if the market is optimistic, the other half is designed to secure the funds in case the market is pessimistic. Join is and secure your income at our proven low risk portfolio.
Choose The Best Trading Plan For You
3% / daily
- Min. Investment: 0.005 BTC
- Profit Interval: 8 hours
- Trading Period: 1600 hours
- Affiliate Commission: 7%
- Total Return: 200%
4% / daily
- Min. Investment: 0.1 BTC
- Profit Interval: 12 hours
- Trading Period: 1200 hours
- Affiliate Commission: 8%
- Total Return: 200%
Become a Promoter Now
Promoters receive up to 9% over the investments from their referrals,
anyone can start now for free.
Our promoters are just as important as our business analysts, but, different from our specialists, you don need to apply and be approved to become a promoter, to become one, you just need to get, on your profile page, your referral link, and promote our investment fund.
Thanks to the dedication of promoters, new people can, every day, find out about our investment fund, and meet our amazing plans and read about our low risk scores (by independt analysts).
For their work, they are rewarded with up to 9% of all the investments made by their indicated users to our fund.
Latest Capitex Transactions
See the latest investments and revenues generated by our fully managed fund below.
Be always aware
Take Capitex with you wherever you go. With the Telegram bot you can keep track of your accounts performance and access my of the Capitex functionalities without having to access the website. The fund provides this service free of charge to give more customers to our investors.
Using the bot is simple, you just need to have Telegram installed and message our bot. He takes care of your delegated requests for Capitex, such as deposits and account monitoring. Save mobile data and track your investments on the go, without sacrificing performance or access to information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Originally the term "FAQ" referred to the Frequently Asked Question itself, and the
compilation of questions and answers was known as a "FAQ list" or some similar expression.
Have questions? We're happy to help.