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[Funding alert] NYC-based AgentSmyth Secures $2.5Million in Seed Funding

AgentSmyth, a agent technology startup secures $2.5million in seed funding. Supporters included Craig Milias, a former Platte River Capital portfolio manager, and Michael Rafferty, CEO of Rafferty Holdings and fintech investor.

AgentSmyth, a agent technology startup secures $2.5million in seed funding. Supporters included Craig Milias, a former Platte River Capital portfolio manager, and Michael Rafferty, CEO of Rafferty Holdings and fintech investor.

The money will be used by the business to increase operations and development initiatives. Lead by Wall Street veterans Daniel McCooey and Mike Block, along with Pulkit Jaiswal, AgentSmyth is a provider of automation technology solutions for the financial sector.

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The organisation provides sophisticated decision-making tools by leveraging its proficiency in equity trading and LLM techniques. These AI bots function as specialised members of the team, providing tick-by-tick narratives and aiding in macro research, sector and ticker level expertise, and odd option flow analysis monitoring.

Pulkit Jaiswal said: “In a world increasingly influenced by generative AI, the advantage lies not only in having extensive data sets but also in the ability to pose intelligent questions to extract valuable insights. This is particularly vital in finance, where the depth of inquiry shapes the caliber of data-driven decisions. It aims to be the essential tool for financial professionals, providing automated, context-sensitive financial information analysis.”

About Agentsmyth

Financial analysis automation is a speciality of AgentSmyth. The intelligent autonomous agents offered by it transform financial coordination by serving as specialised team members. This involves producing tick-by-tick narratives while conducting macro research, having sector and ticker-level expertise, and keeping an eye on anomalous option flow analysis.

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