07.30.2020

MARKTS Increases Access To Digital Assets

TradingScreen Inc. subsidiary MARKTS, a cryptocurrency order and execution management system (OEMS), announces today its partnership with XTRD, an orders routing and connectivity provider targeting digital markets, to enable end-users to connect to an additional set of crypto exchanges on the MARKTS platform.

This integration will enable seamless connectivity to a further 20+ exchanges and expand the already extensive list of venues enabled on the MARKTS platform. The partnership will ensure reliable connectivity for institutional investors to digital assets by providing clients with alternative routes to liquidity and facilitating efficient trading of various top tier coins and tokens.

Through this partnership, MARKTS will address the long-standing issue of reliable connectivity to digital assets for the institutional sector and facilitate multi-venue access.

“In a market where liquidity is fractionated and reliable connectivity is essential, accessing multi-venues is paramount. Alongside our current set of TS connections, XTRD services will provide our clients with choice and key alternative routes to access liquidity.

“We are excited to partner with XTRD which complements our set of institutional-grade connections to various crypto venues,” says Alexandre Carteau, Head of MARKTS.

“We are happy to announce our partnership with MARKTS today to remove the barriers hindering reliable connectivity and access to digital assets for the institutional sector. Through this partnership we will provide institutional-grade solutions for traders of all kinds,” says Serg Gulko, Co-Found, and CTO at XTRD.

Source: TradingScreen

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