iSAM Securities launches crypto margin facility: Payments in USDT and USDC

Rick Steves

For the Crypto Margin Facility, iSAM Securities partnered with an FCA-registered crypto custodian as well as integrated Know Your Transaction (KYT) and transaction monitoring technology in order to validate the legitimacy of tokens and coins.

iSAM Securities (UK) Limited, previously known as iS Prime, has unveiled its latest offering—the Crypto Margin Facility.

This innovative platform empowers clients to utilize digital currencies as margin, marking a significant development for the UK-based financial services firm.

Recognized and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), iSAM Securities has chosen to accept crypto margin payments in two of the crypto world’s most notable stablecoins, USDC and USDT.

This strategic move exemplifies iSAM Securities’ unwavering commitment to delivering top-tier services that evolve to meet client demands.

iSAM Securities teamed up with FCA-registered crypto custodian

At the heart of iSAM Securities’ Crypto Margin Facility is a robust security framework. To safeguard clients’ digital assets, the firm has entered into a partnership with an FCA-registered crypto custodian.

This collaboration ensures the safe and secure handling of clients’ digital currencies. Moreover, iSAM Securities has integrated industry-leading Know Your Transaction (KYT) and transaction monitoring technology. These tools are employed to validate the legitimacy of tokens and coins while upholding the highest levels of transparency.

Alex Lowe, Managing Director at iSAM, commented: “This strategic move underscores iSAM Securities’ dedication to providing clients with best-in-class services, continually evolving in response to client demand. Our new Crypto Margin Facility is designed to be both seamless and secure as we accept USDT and USDC coins on the ERC-20 Blockchain, chosen for their stability and transparency.”

Streamline deposit and withdrawal processes for clients

One of the key objectives of iSAM Securities’ Crypto Margin Facility is to streamline deposit and withdrawal processes for clients. This not only enhances the overall user experience but also extends the firm’s reach into new markets and regions. By focusing on secure transactions, iSAM Securities can maintain its core principles of quality and transparency, fostering valuable partnerships to create a competitive and frictionless offering.

iSAM Securities is an FCA-authorized and regulated firm operating in the United Kingdom. The company offers comprehensive brokerage and execution services, powered by its cutting-edge proprietary technology.

It aggregates pricing primarily from Tier One institutions, ensuring clients have access to competitive pricing. Furthermore, iSAM Securities is renowned for its industry-leading risk consultancy, providing clients with unparalleled insights and risk management solutions. With a commitment to quality, transparency, and security, iSAM Securities remains at the forefront of delivering innovative financial solutions.

iSAM Securities’ introduction of the Crypto Margin Facility, along with its acceptance of USDC and USDT, represents a significant advancement in the realm of digital asset trading and demonstrates the firm’s commitment to adapting to market trends and providing clients with secure and seamless financial services.

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