Swiss forex bank Dukascopy Bank said on Tuesday it has launched Dukascopy 911, a new mobile Q&A-based game which allows users to receive rewards while learning about the financial markets. The new service is integrated into mobile messenger Dukascopy Connect.
Users can ask questions to experts and provide answers to existing questions. They can win up to CHF 1, which equals $1, directly on their accounts for providing the best answer. There is no limit to the amount of contribution from a single investor.
The app integrates artificial intelligence in the form of BOTS and human interaction in one place and creates a competition between them.
“Thanks to this new service, users are now able to receive instant and relevant answers from community experts in a fun and modern way that are more relevant than a search engine,” the bank said in a notice.
To access the new Q&A service, investors need to download Dukascopy Connect. The messenger, which is developed by Dukascopy Bank, provides an instant mobile payments system and a social network in one place with support for messaging, voice&video calls, and file sharing. It is available for devices with iOS and Android operating systems.
Dukascopy Bank’s services include banking, trading in forex, CFDs, binary options, and business-to-business solutions. It is licensed as a bank and as a securities dealer by Switzerland’s Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). The bank was set up in 2004 and is based in Switzerland’s Geneva, but also operates globally through offices in Zurich, Riga, Kiev, Moscow, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong.