At partnership with Crypto.com, Bitstamp, Huobi and other actors cryptoFrench Ledger has launched a trading network dedicated to institutional and presented as ” revolutionary “.
Christened Ledger Enterprise TradeLinkthe new service from the crypto-physical wallet manufacturer allows institutional investors to create their own crypto-physical wallets. own trading network in order to have “unrivalled control” over their cryptocurrencies.
“Say goodbye to the limitations of traditional crypto trading. Ledger Enterprise TradeLink gives asset managers, custodians and exchanges/OTCs access to over-the-counter trading capabilitieseliminating unnecessary complexity and increasing operational speed”, tweeted the French company on Wednesday.
1/4 ⚡️ Say goodbye to the limitations of traditional crypto trading. Ledger Enterprise TRADELINK empowers asset managers, custodians, and exchanges/OTCs with off-exchange trading capabilities, eliminating unnecessary complexities and boosting operational speed.
– Ledger Enterprise (@ledger_business) June 28, 2023
TradeLink offers the possibility of trading on exchanges without rebalancing on-chain liquidity, mitigating the risks associated with trade collateral across multiple platforms, easily integrating counterparties and, of course, retaining ownership of assets. With this service, Ledger aims above all to meet the requirements of institutional clients in terms of risk management (safety and regulation).
We are creating a scalable solution that will offer Ledger Enterprise customers flexibility and security, enabling institutions to reduce the risks of their business,” said Sébastien Badault, VP of Enterprise Revenue at Ledger, in a statement.
TradeLink is offered in partnership with some twenty exchanges, custodians and other market makers, including Crypto.comFlowdesk, WintermuteBitstamp, Huobi and Komainu.
“We’re proud to be part of the project and delighted to offer Crypto.com’s cutting-edge trading architecture with robust API connectivity and significant liquidity for Ledger Enterprise customers,” commented Eric Anziani, president of the Singaporean platform.
April, Ledger teamed up with Etana, a regulated player in digital asset custody, to provide custody services to institutional investors in the United States.
Last month, the wallet manufacturer was at the heart of a controversy following the release of Recover. Unwelcome by the crypto community, the feature was finally launched in open source mode.
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