Verb bids to gamify the stock market

Source: Verb

VERB, a mobile fintech company, announced today that their VERB app waitlist is officially open to the public and waitlist users will have a chance to win the 2017 VIP trip to THE BIG GAME MMXVII in Houston, Texas.

VERB is set to launch the first mobile app that gamifies the US Stock Market with a mission of educating and creating a successful trading community.

"There are three major reasons why people are not investing in the stock market; they don't know how, they're scared and they don't have any money. VERB addresses these obstacles by allowing users to Play, Learn, Socialize and Earn Real Cash." says Krista Peterson, Co-Founder/COO.

VERB is revolutionizing how people invest by allowing its users to have fun learning how to trade and earning real cash in the process. Users play 4 levels of interactive games that involve trading in VERB's virtual stock market while challenging their friends. In each level, users will be awarded with $250 in real cash that is locked. Upon completing all 4 levels users will be eligible to receive a total of $1,000 in unlocked cash and will become a VERB Creator. Every month, VERB will unlock this cash for its top performing Creators.

The VERB community empowers users to work together to differentiate between effective trading strategies and traditional stock market hype. With the help of a supporting community, users can not only earn real money by creating trading strategies of their own, but also by deploying other users trading techniques LIVE in the Stock Market right from the app.

VERB utilizes Nasdaq Last Sale which provides app users with reliable and accurate, real-time intraday trade data for all U.S. listed securities. Through Nasdaq Last Sale, VERB users will experience up-to-date data to be used in a simulated and a virtual stock market environment.

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