The Crypto Finance Group is launching stop loss and stop limit orders for over 15 currency pairs enabling new quant trading strategies for institutional and banking clients. The top five crypto assets can be traded against Swiss francs, euros, and US dollars.
Although available in retail crypto exchange environments, the Crypto Finance Group is the first worldwide to provide crypto brokerage services for these order types with this level of automation and sophistication.
Crypto Finance now makes a growing range of quant and algorithmic crypto trading strategies possible, when stop loss or stop limit orders are placed in combination with limit orders. Clients can manage volatility risk and margin levels via its Crypto Asset Trader (CAT), which eliminates the need to monitor the crypto asset markets continuously.
With leading institutional investors and banks as clients, Crypto Finance is also launching these new order types for REST and FIX APIs. These industry-standard interfaces and connectivity options allow clients to choose the connection that best suits their strategies and market activity.
“Crypto Finance makes managing volatility in the crypto markets easy by introducing these new automated order types with its liquidity provision. This focus allows us to meet the needs of our banking and institutional clients,” says Founder and Group CEO Jan Brzezek.
Investors in crypto assets are constantly seeking improvements for seamless automated services and functions. As the activity across the crypto markets intensifies this year, the new order types for brokerage services from Crypto Finance come at the right time for professional investors.
The brokerage services from Crypto Finance Group let banks and institutional investors participate in the emerging digital asset class with secure, liquid, and transparent trading. Crypto Broker is a VQF member offering investors professional 24/7 access and liquidity provision for the crypto asset markets via CAT, its algorithmic Crypto Asset Trader, as well as through REST and FIX APIs.