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Gold-i and Zero Hash partner for centrally settled crypto offering

Gold-i and Zero Hash partner for centrally settled crypto offering

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Ed Tolson, CEO, Kbit said:

Ed Tolson, Kbit
Ed Tolson
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The Gold-i and Zero Hash partnership is a powerful combination that allows Kbit to seamlessly make our liquidity available to institutions that wish to add cryptocurrency offerings to their platform. With the combination of Gold-i and Zero Hash, clients can access our liquidity across a broad range of cryptos via a single trading integration and benefit from seamless net post-trade settlement rather than having to manage pre-funding requirements across multiple venues.

Gold-i Crypto Switch 2.0 is a platform which enables brokers, crypto exchanges, liquidity providers and market makes to offer maximum opportunities from the increase demand in crypto trading and distribute their liquidity to Gold-i’s global client NETwork. The fully cleared crypto solution offers clients diverse pools of liquidity. It can be easily connected to trading platforms through a FIX API or other standard protocols.

Zero Hash is a FinCen-registered Money Service Business and a regulated Money Transmitter which can operate in over 45 states. The firm also holds virtual currency license from NYDFS.


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