Tiger Trading Network Partners with Winklevoss Brothers-Owned Gemini Exchange
Fintech startup and crypto-asset order execution management platform, Tiger Trading Network, will from today offer trading on the Winklevoss brothers-owned Gemini exchange. Tiger Trading Network, popular as TTN, confirmed the partnership with the American crypto exchange and custodian on Monday.
The exchange’s head of Technical Exchange Services, Drew Candres, spoke about the partnership, saying that Gemini was happy about it. According to him, TTN’s feature-rich, state-of-the-art user interface is the right platform for professional cryptocurrency investors.
“[TTN] has built a feature rich institutional grade user interface geared towards professional traders,” said Drew Candres, head of technical exchange services at Gemini. “Gemini is happy to be integrated as an execution venue on this platform.”
Co-founded by its current CEO, Glenn Rosenberg, Tiger is a New York City-based firm known for its professional order execution services. In the digital assets market, TTN mostly targets institutional traders.
He previously worked at NEX EBS, a firm known for institutions trading, mostly in the Forex and fixed income markets, then as the company’s senior executive. Rosenberg further divulged that TTN is only interested in working with firms of a particular caliber. He said that they are thrilled to have established a partnership with Gemini.
According to him, Gemini’s integration on the platform is a testament to the virtues of quality, trust, and integrity that the exchange stands by, especially in trading cryptocurrencies. He’s, however, confident that the bond already established would quickly boost their quest to be a world-class trading platform.
TTN hasn’t gone live yet, and every operation it’s currently undertaking is in Beta mode. Also, access to services is still free, although it is restricted to a specific number of traders.