Avelacom to provide IT Infrastructure for XTRD cryptocurrency trading platform

| December 5, 2018

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Avelacom, a connectivity and IT infrastructure solutions provider for the financial services industry, has partnered with XTRD to provide ultra-reliable and low latency access to all major crypto exchanges globally. Sub-millisecond market data and order routing, delivered over the Avelacom network will help XTRD to aggregate liquidity across exchanges in Asia, Europe and the US in the fastest way. Banks, hedge funds and large institutional traders can easily access new markets in addition to traditional financial exchanges and ECNs. In particular, this partnership enables improved arbitrage strategies across top ten Asian cryptocurrency exchanges such as BitMEX, Binance, Bittrex, Huobi and OKEx. During 2018 global market makers and professional trading institutions have actively entered the cryptocurrency space. As this market becomes increasingly institutionalised, traders are looking for professional IT infrastructure that provides high-speed and reliable connectivity to crypto exchanges, enabling them to execute orders with guaranteed uptime availability

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