DRIVE Markets, an institutional spot and derivatives exchange, has formed a partnership with Gold-i that will allow brokers to connect High Frequency Trading (HFT) systems and access a growing order book.
DRIVE Markets offers Spot, Futures and CFDs in a range of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Ripple. They will use Gold-i’s technology to connect their MT5 platform to a range of cryptocurrency market makers, providing enhanced cryptocurrency aggregation to their clients.
Tom Higgins, Founder and CEO, Gold-i comments, “We are delighted to work with the DRIVE Markets team to support their rapidly growing cryptocurrency offering. We have a range of cryptocurrency market makers within our NETwork and look forward to helping DRIVE Markets to maximise opportunities through our partnership.”
Kate Hiscox, Founder and CEO, DRIVE Markets adds, “DRIVE Markets is designed to provide our clients with a technologically-familiar entry into the cryptocurrency market. The DRIVE Markets infrastructure is capable of 2.5M trades per second so it is important to work with best in class teams and technology which is why we selected Gold-i as a key partner.”
Gold-i was one of the first technology providers to enable retail FX brokers to diversify their offering by adding cryptocurrency trading to their portfolio. Brokers can connect to cryptocurrency Liquidity Providers for pricing and trading through Gold-i’s MT4 Bridge, MT5 Gateway and Matrix. Gold-i’s Crypto Switch™ 2.0 also provides brokers with a fully cleared solution, enabling them to fully hedge their risk. For further information, please visit www.gold-i.com and follow @gold_itech on Twitter.
DRIVE Markets is guided by two principles for digital asset trading: provide infrastructure compatible with the global financial markets and list the products that its clients want to trade. For more information and to contact the DRIVE sales team, visit https://drivemarkets.com and follow @DriveMarkets on Twitter and Telegram. For the latest cryptocurrency and blockchain news, visit https://driveinsider.com