Mobilum upgrades OTC crypto desk for trades above $50,000

Rick Steves

Mobilum added a wide variety of crypto assets, fast settlements, no deposit or withdrawal fees, competitive trading fees, and a personalized service with human traders.

Mobilum has launched its updated Over-the-Counter (OTC) trading desk website designed exclusively for high net-worth individuals and institutions looking to execute large-volume orders of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for transactions above $50,000.

The platform has generated approximately CAD $20 million in transaction volume to date and the upgraded version of Mobilum’s OTC trading desk includes new features.

Accredited investors and institutions can count on Mobilum to gain access to a wide variety of crypto assets, fast settlements, no deposit or withdrawal fees, highly competitive trading fees, and personalized service with human traders.

Wojciech Kaszycki, President at Mobilum, commented: “We are very pleased with the company’s efforts with an updated launch of our OTC site, and see continued growth with OTC transaction volume, as the team executes against our vision to delight our customers with a secure and seamless experience.”

Michael Vogel, Chief Executive Officer at Mobilum, said: “Mobilum’s international presence sets the company up with a great framework for servicing the global Bitcoin market. The expansion of our OTC service will allow Mobilum to service individual traders and also crypto mining companies, exchanges, and institutions looking to trade in cryptocurrencies.”

Mobilum is a technology driven Payment Service Provider (PSP) that specializes in fiat-to-crypto and crypto-to-fiat with Mobilum’s on-ramp and off-ramp solutions.

With offices in Canada, Hong Kong, Poland and Estonia, Mobilum provides customers with access to a deep liquidity pool, diverse selection of digital assets, and a highly personalized service that allows customers to trade high volumes with zero slippage and competitive rates.

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