Gold-i and digital asset settlement firm, Zero Hash, have launched a partnership to provide prime of primes, retail FX brokers and hedge funds with a centrally settled crypto offering and a means of accessing cryptocurrency liquidity providers.
The partnership leverages Gold-i’s order routing and order matching technology through its Crypto Switch 2.0 – part of Gold-i’s Matrix product suite – and Zero Hash’s fully automated and customisable post-trade infrastructure, maximising capital efficiency, according to a statement issued today.
Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-I, comments, “Partnering with Zero Hash adds a new dimension to our offering, providing a centrally settled digital assets solution. As we continue to push boundaries, clients wishing to offer crypto trading as an additional asset class now have the choice of a centrally cleared solution or a centrally settled solution through Gold-i. Our collaboration with Zero Hash presents us with an exciting opportunity to drive further uptake of cryptocurrency trading amongst institutional clients. Our joint clients will benefit from excellent pricing and seamless settlement services.”
Edward Woodford, CEO, Zero Hash, adds, “Zero Hash is proud that Gold-i is now a partner. The combination of our proven ability to settle trades across over 1,000 pairs and Gold-i’s market-leading order routing technology provides an end-to-end offering to institutional clients.”
Kbit, a crypto-native market maker that trades approximately $3 billion in volume monthly, is one of the first market makers to be available through this new partnership, with additional market makers to be announced imminently.
Ed Tolson, CEO, Kbit, adds, “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.”