Is it possible to apply the principles behind quantum entanglement to HFT?

I am interested in the idea of building a quantum network that allows for the transmission of data at superluminal (almost instantaneous) speeds by using the quantum mechanics of entanglement. Is this physically possible and if so what would be required to accomplish this?

I am a quantitative developer that has worked extensively within HFT and now constrained by deterministic machines which are not likely to get a lot faster. HFT has now developed into a level playing field for its participants and gaining an alpha edge is now considerably difficult.

Using a probabilistic device like a quantum computer network could allow for the re-instatement of HFT strategies that execute at superluminal speeds and not constrained by Einsteins theory of relativity, but use principals of quantum mechanics.

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What practical medium do you wish to use other than light, as it being not fast enough for you?

Answered on March 1, 2020.
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