Enigma Securities launches crypto hub for institutions

Rick Steves

“We are proud today to release our latest version of Enigma X which will give our clients access to all digital asset financial instruments at a click.”

Enigma Securities, a digital assets liquidity and advisory that is part of the larger international brokerage firm Makor Group, has launched a front-to-back crypto hub for institutions, going by the name of Enigma X.

Enigma X enables crypto services, including currency spot trading, borrowing and lending, news and market research tracking and derivatives monitoring and clearing.

Enigma X provides access to all crypto at a click

Ian Epstein, CEO of Enigma Securities and Global Head of Digital Assets at Makor Group, said, “We have taken traditional investment infrastructure and built it specifically for digital assets. With Enigma X we are able to insert new products and services that address the latest in digital assets and the ever-changing market landscape. The hub further solidifies our commitment to providing everything our clients need to interact with and maximize opportunities across the digital landscape.”

Michael Halimi, CEO of Makor Group said: “With Enigma, we decided to build the next generation of institutional grad broker-dealer for those that need technology to lead, not just support, their strategy. We are proud today to release our latest version of Enigma X which will give our clients access to all digital asset financial instruments at a click.”

Enigma X is being launched by Enigma Securities, a regulated digital asset liquidity provider owned by Makor Capital, an FCA-regulated brokerage firm.

Enigma provides a proprietary trading platform for the digital asset space that includes a dedicated team of research analysts offering exclusive insights into the evolving industry (from periodic reports on regulatory developments and quantitative analysis, to advancements in blockchain technology).

Makor was established in March 2011 by Michael Halimi and Avi Bouhadana as an FCA-authorized and regulated brokerage and investment bank that provides research and execution to institutional investors across a spectrum of products, including cash equities, fixed income derivatives, FX and digital assets.

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