Talos and Figment join forces for institutional-focused ETH staking

Rick Steves

“The Figment Talos integration is a revolutionary step to enable institutional customers with an end-to-end non-custodial solution for digital assets.”

Talos has announced a partnership with Figment to expand access to protocol staking rewards for Talos customers. Mutual clients will soon be able to stake, and view balances and rewards directly from within the Talos UI powered by Figment’s suite of APIs.

By combining Talos’s trading solution with Figment’s complete staking architecture, institutional participants will be offered an optimal solution for trading and staking digital assets, namely Ethereum.

Staking ETH offers token holders an opportunity to secure the network and earn rewards – of freshly minted ETH and transaction fees – in the process for contributing to the stability and security of the Ethereum network.

Figment Talos integration for institutional customers with end-to-end non-custodial solution

Alfonse Mandese, Global Head of Sales and Business Development at Talos, said: “We are excited to announce our strategic integration with Figment and to work alongside their world-class team. By combining Talos’s advanced trading solution with Figment’s comprehensive staking architecture, we are creating an optimal platform for institutions to trade and stake ether. This integration demonstrates our commitment to delivering innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of institutional investors in the digital asset space.”

Ben Spiegelman, Head of Corporate Development at Figment, commented: “The Figment Talos integration is a revolutionary step to enable institutional customers with an end-to-end non-custodial solution for digital assets. Talos is established as the market leader for digital asset trading and we are excited to enable their customers’ the ability to earn staking rewards for Ethereum on the same platform they trade on.”

The Figment – Talos integration features:

Seamless staking: Clients can earn staking rewards through Figment’s infrastructure for a smooth staking experience, eliminating complex process and overhead.
Full control: Users maintain complete control over their delegated tokens, securely storing them in their own wallets while leveraging Figment’s robust, audited, and non-custodial staking infrastructure.
Robust ETH infrastructure: Figment’s next-generation infrastructure solution offers institutional clients the comprehensive operational controls they require: including features such as multi-layer MEV-boosted rewards (Flasbots & Eden), a SOC 2 Type I and ISO 27001 certified environment, and multi-client (Teku, Lighthouse) and multi-region support.
Integrations across the digital asset ecosystem: Integrated with over 40 crypto exchanges, OTC desks, prime brokers, custodians and settlement providers to support the full trade lifecycle.
Institutional-grade tools: Advanced trading algorithms, smart order routing and transaction cost analysis (TCA) to optimize execution.
All in one place: Unified view of assets (positions, balances, P&L, credit usage) to enable risk management and post-trade workflows.
White glove support: 24/7 client support with direct lines of communication.

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