Gold-i has enhanced its cryptocurrency liquidity offerings with the addition of Binance, the company announced on Thursday. It has already integrated the crypto exchange into its Crypto Switch™ platform.

“We added Binance due to significant client demand, including from high-growth regions such as Asia,” said Tom Higgins, the CEO of Gold-i.

“Binance is a fantastic exchange for us to have integrated with. It is the biggest exchange globally, and this creates great opportunities for our clients. We have now completed our integration and are certain that this will drive even more demand from our institutional clients wishing to trade digital assets.”

Enhancing Crypto Offerings

Gold-i clients using the Crypto Switch™ 2.0 can access the digital asset  liquidity  of the major global exchange. Crypto Switch™ 2.0 is fintech's flagship aggregation, liquidity management and distribution technology stack for digital assets.

The latest integration came a year after the liquidity provider added Bitfinex to strengthen its crypto offerings. In total, the company now offers its clients a choice of 18 crypto specialist  liquidity providers  .

Binance is the largest global crypto exchange in terms of the trading volume. Its addition to Gold-i’s offering will boost the platform’s crypto liquidity offering, enabling clients access to the wide spread of digital assets and products with highly competitive pricing.

In addition, Gold-i's focus on crypto services is prominent in the company’s other industry partnerships. Earlier this year, it tapped Modus.Trade to enter the cryptocurrency fund management sector.

Meanwhile, the company is strengthening its leadership with prominent appointments. In recent months, it promoted Joy Li to the position of the Head of APAC, Mark Alvarez-Buylla to Chief Commercial Officer and appointed David Hillier as Senior Sales Consultant.

Gold-i has enhanced its cryptocurrency liquidity offerings with the addition of Binance, the company announced on Thursday. It has already integrated the crypto exchange into its Crypto Switch™ platform.

“We added Binance due to significant client demand, including from high-growth regions such as Asia,” said Tom Higgins, the CEO of Gold-i.

“Binance is a fantastic exchange for us to have integrated with. It is the biggest exchange globally, and this creates great opportunities for our clients. We have now completed our integration and are certain that this will drive even more demand from our institutional clients wishing to trade digital assets.”

Enhancing Crypto Offerings

Gold-i clients using the Crypto Switch™ 2.0 can access the digital asset  liquidity  of the major global exchange. Crypto Switch™ 2.0 is fintech's flagship aggregation, liquidity management and distribution technology stack for digital assets.

The latest integration came a year after the liquidity provider added Bitfinex to strengthen its crypto offerings. In total, the company now offers its clients a choice of 18 crypto specialist  liquidity providers  .

Binance is the largest global crypto exchange in terms of the trading volume. Its addition to Gold-i’s offering will boost the platform’s crypto liquidity offering, enabling clients access to the wide spread of digital assets and products with highly competitive pricing.

In addition, Gold-i's focus on crypto services is prominent in the company’s other industry partnerships. Earlier this year, it tapped Modus.Trade to enter the cryptocurrency fund management sector.

Meanwhile, the company is strengthening its leadership with prominent appointments. In recent months, it promoted Joy Li to the position of the Head of APAC, Mark Alvarez-Buylla to Chief Commercial Officer and appointed David Hillier as Senior Sales Consultant.