As the top institutional-grade end-to-end crypto trading platform with deep roots in traditional markets, Talos allows users to seamlessly turn on connectivity across almost the entire crypto liquidity network.
Even as digital assets have recently entered the mainstream, wide scale adoption among the largest traditional financial institutions has lagged. The current digital asset trading market requires building out complex connectivity tooling for functionality such as price discovery and best execution across fragmented liquidity sources. Enterprise-grade digital asset trading infrastructure remains a mission-critical prerequisite and a key institutional barrier to the crypto economy.
As the top institutional-grade end-to-end crypto trading platform with deep roots in traditional markets, Talos allows users to seamlessly turn on connectivity across the crypto liquidity network. The platform has built out integrations across the ecosystem for trading, settlement, lending/borrowing and more. Customers can use, or offer on their own platforms, advanced trading capabilities from a single UI without needing to build connections to exchanges, market makers, custody providers, etc. themselves.
Engineered by a team with proven experience architecting institutional trading systems in traditional markets, Talos’ agnostic tech-first positioning (not a financial counterparty) provides better pricing and more control to allow institutional clients to own relationships with liquidity providers themselves. As a result, institutions can trade, borrow, lend, and settle all within the Talos platform in a safe and familiar way.
We are thrilled to partner with Talos because we believe this new market structure paradigm requires a new-age infrastructure stack. As a central tool offering connectivity across the crypto ecosystem, Talos serves as the most efficient solution for existing participants as well as an out-of-the-box solution for new waves of entrants seeking the same security and tooling found in traditional financial markets.
The information noted above is representative as of the time noted/April 2022 and has not been updated.