ErisX has made on January 23 the announcement that it’s offering access to Etale’s institutional trading platform to its users.
This means ErisX members will be able to view market data in real-time, also to manage their account balance and to execute orders via a secure connection, just by using Etale’s API or front end.
“We are aligning the ErisX platform with best-in-class technology providers who will enhance the trading experience for our Members,” said Ian Grieves, Head of Product at ErisX. https://t.co/XMhVAoJ428
— ErisX_Digital (@ErisX_Digital) January 23, 2020
The ErisX Platform to Use the Best In-Class Technology
Etale offers complete digital asset trading solutions to institutions, including exchange connectivity, accounting, order management and market data. Its execution algorithms are built on machine learning quantitative models that enable customers to achieve the best execution. This is what the head of product at ErisX, Ian Grieves, had to say about the Etale technology:
“We want to align the ErisX platform with best-in-class technology providers who will enhance the trading experience for our Members. We are impressed with the functionality of the Etale platform and pleased to work with them to offer our Members a high-quality solution to trade digital assets.”
Regarding the partnership, Etale’s CEO, Matthew Cushman, had this to say:
“Their [ErisX] familiar infrastructure for institutional investors, unified platform for spot and regulated futures as well as state and federal licenses to help protect market integrity make the ErisX offering an attractive marketplace.”
ErisX Intermediary-Friendly Model Has Made the Digital Asset Space More Secure
The intermediary-friendly model at ErisX has made the digital asset space more conventional and secure. At the moment, the platform operates a live market for Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin (LTC). More than this, it also operates a regulated futures market for BTC futures that are physically delivered, planning to expand its futures offering in 2020.