Asia’s leading digital asset platform launches exchange for pro traders
Mon, 23 Mar 2020, 09:57 am UTC
OSL Exchange, the leading digital asset platform in Asia launched an exchange for professional traders, Cointelegraph reported.
The exchange offers a single platform login for its users and a central dashboard that brings together various services including over-the-counter trading, brokerage, insured custody and wallet services. It also features a “cutting edge, modular interface” that enables users to purchase and sell digital assets in exchange for U.S. dollars and stablecoins.
“With the single login feature, we allow our customers to seamlessly trade and interact across our OTC brokerage, exchange and insured custody products to best serve their needs. Clients have one onboarding journey, one login and one banking channel for all products,” said Wayne Trench OSL’s CEO.
OSL guarantees users a safe and smooth experience in its platform because it boasts well-established Know Your Customer and Anti-Money Laundering standards. All assets in the platform are kept in secured, insured hot and cold wallets with 24/7 protection. It has multilayer hardware, software security protocols and a team of seasoned engineers.
“We’re in a prime position to service the highest quality participants already in the digital asset marketplace, and to capture capital inflows from the traditional financial services sector,” Trench added.
OSL exchange welcomes professional traders on its platform. Matt Long, OSL’s head of distribution predicted a dramatic growth for digital assets as we near bitcoin’s third halving in May. According to him, as bitcoin comes out of the shadow, institutions will be “entering into the fray with full confidence.”
“Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital assets are going to become a standard component of asset manager’s portfolios. Notably, we can also expect banks to start rolling out their own coins to the market,” Long said.
Meanwhile, crypto exchange CoinZoom just launched its own Visa card that allows customers to make crypto payments by converting digital assets into U.S. dollars.
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