Centroid Solutions, a technology provider that offers risk management, MT4/MT5 bridging and hosting solutions to multi-asset brokers, says its connectivity engine, Centroid Bridge, now supports connection to FTX.

FTX is a cryptocurrency derivative exchange incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda and headquartered in The Bahamas.

Centroid announced the new development on Friday in a LinkedIn post.

“After the exciting news on the integration to Binance, Centroid Solutions has added another crypto exchange, FTX, by integrating their APIs for real-time market data and trading,” the technology provider wrote in the post.

The company added that its clients can now establish connections to FTX easily from the Centroid Bridge engine and gain access to a wide variety of crypto trading products.

Speaking on the development, the Chief Executive Officer of Centroid Solutions, Cristian Vlasceanu, explained that the connection to FTX is one of many integrations and functionalities the company has been working on.

Moreover, Vlasceanu explained that the move is part of the provider’s effort to enhance the multi-asset connection capabilities of the Centroid Bridge Engine to provide its clients more options to expand and grow their businesses.

“We will be sharing more exciting news on our solutions over the coming months,” Vlasceanu added.

Recent Integrations

Earlier this month, Wintrado Technologies, a fintech company that specializes in premium trading software, apps and back-office solutions, integrated Centroid Bridge into its platform.

Additionally, the company integrated Centroid Risk, Centroid Solution’s risks management system, into its platform.

With the integrations, Vlasceanu pointed out, Wintrado “is now strengthened with extensive market access connectivity and advanced risk management features that will allow any financial institutions to manage their operational risk efficiently.”

Furthermore, Centroid recently partnered with GCEX, a digital brokerage firm regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority, to broaden the broker’s forex and digital asset liquidity.

Centroid Solutions, a technology provider that offers risk management, MT4/MT5 bridging and hosting solutions to multi-asset brokers, says its connectivity engine, Centroid Bridge, now supports connection to FTX.

FTX is a cryptocurrency derivative exchange incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda and headquartered in The Bahamas.

Centroid announced the new development on Friday in a LinkedIn post.

“After the exciting news on the integration to Binance, Centroid Solutions has added another crypto exchange, FTX, by integrating their APIs for real-time market data and trading,” the technology provider wrote in the post.

The company added that its clients can now establish connections to FTX easily from the Centroid Bridge engine and gain access to a wide variety of crypto trading products.

Speaking on the development, the Chief Executive Officer of Centroid Solutions, Cristian Vlasceanu, explained that the connection to FTX is one of many integrations and functionalities the company has been working on.

Moreover, Vlasceanu explained that the move is part of the provider’s effort to enhance the multi-asset connection capabilities of the Centroid Bridge Engine to provide its clients more options to expand and grow their businesses.

“We will be sharing more exciting news on our solutions over the coming months,” Vlasceanu added.

Recent Integrations

Earlier this month, Wintrado Technologies, a fintech company that specializes in premium trading software, apps and back-office solutions, integrated Centroid Bridge into its platform.

Additionally, the company integrated Centroid Risk, Centroid Solution’s risks management system, into its platform.

With the integrations, Vlasceanu pointed out, Wintrado “is now strengthened with extensive market access connectivity and advanced risk management features that will allow any financial institutions to manage their operational risk efficiently.”

Furthermore, Centroid recently partnered with GCEX, a digital brokerage firm regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority, to broaden the broker’s forex and digital asset liquidity.