The Olympics in Fintech: T-Advisor 3.0. medals Discover 17 June 2015 , 1 comentario T-Advisor has recently launched its 3.0 version for its users. It was a milestone in the development of our tools, as the new version includes gamification features. We believe that some ideas for games are very useful to learn, motivate and evolve in finances. That is why we adopted them in T-Advisor. Every user has access to several medals depending on the goals that the person complies. There are 8 global achievements: I use the T-Advisor features I take part in the T-Advisor community I am an active T-Advisor community user I have basic financial knowledge I learn to invest I diversify my investments by myself I manage my investments properly I am an expert manager of my investments Each achievement has some tasks to fulfil. Some of them depend of users’ interactions with the system, as uploading a profile image, create portfolios, write a comment in your wall, follow another user or invest a part of your portfolio in our weekly-recommended investment opportunities. Other tasks depend on what the system detects in your actions and profile, for instance, if someone clicks “like” in a comment made by you in the wall, if your portfolio has a bullish trend or has achieved different temporary performances (1 month, year-to-date, 1 year) or if the volatility is within your risk profile limits. You get points and medals. The more you get, the higher position you obtain in the ranking. You can compete with other T-Advisor users and compare you position in the ranking by points, followers and scored portfolios. You can discover all these features in “My profile” page in the T-Advisor platform. You can follow what medals you obtained, how much points you have, what features you have to fulfil to complete an achievement and your global position in the ranking. This is our particular Olympics in Fintech. T-Advisor promotes the financial training for everybody through its platform, because we really believe that investments should not be only for very rich people, but for everyone who has interest in getting a better return for the savings.