Caspian adds crypto pairs trading alternatives for their institutional investors to take advantage of the arbitrage opportunities across cryptocurrency exchanges pricing.
Caspian, a crypto asset management firm focusing on institutional investors, announced on Monday they will be launching crypto pair trading for their customers. Investors on the platform will benefit from arbitrage trading and relative value based strategies to minimize market risk in and take advantage of volatility in the market.
The official site of the crypto asset management firm writes that the company offers users a “full lifecycle of the trading system”. This means that the platform offers customers an efficient order and execution management system while trading, a fully equipped portfolio management system and a risk management system. The platform ensures security of your assets while cutting the I.T overheads needed to keep the trading system working.
Institutional Investors Benefit From Arbitrage Trading
The addition of cryptocurrency pairs on Caspian will also enable the funds and institutional investors to trade derivative and crypto pairs on any of the 35 exchanges connected to the platform. This means that users can trade the XBT futures on BitMex with the BTC spot price on Coinbase using the matched pair on Caspian.
Such trading algorithms offer funds a clear and easy way to take advantage of the mispriced information across the crypto field as it grows to maturity. Caspian is one of the products that ensures the maturity of the cryptocurrency market is hasted given that these exchanges soon converge prices to delete the arbitrage opportunities.
Speaking on the arbitrage opportunities the creation of crypto and derivatives pairs trading presents to his company, Chris Jenkins, the Managing Director at Caspian said,
“We are seeing an increasing number of firms adopting arbitrage trading strategies to take advantage of the still inefficient cryptocurrency asset class.”
Tara and Kinetics’ Caspian added Seed CX, an institutional based exchange to its wide network of exchanges earlier this July.