Talos integrates non-US Coinbase operation for perpetual futures trading

Rick Steves

Perpetual futures constitute nearly 75% of worldwide crypto trading volume, making this partnership particularly significant. For the first time, institutions will be able to access Coinbase International Exchange via a user interface.

Talos, a leader in institutional digital assets trading technology, announced its integration with Coinbase International Exchange.

This collaboration allows institutions based in eligible jurisdictions outside the U.S. to directly trade perpetual futures on Coinbase International Exchange via the Talos platform.

Perpetual futures constitute nearly 75% of worldwide crypto trading volume

Perpetual futures constitute nearly 75% of worldwide crypto trading volume, making this partnership particularly significant. For the first time, institutions will be able to access Coinbase International Exchange via a user interface.

“We are excited to collaborate with Coinbase International Exchange to achieve our shared goal of driving institutional adoption of digital assets globally,” said Dan Packham, VP of EMEA Operations at Talos. “This integration underscores our commitment to expanding our network of high-quality exchanges and liquidity providers.”

The integration enhances Talos clients’ access to an array of digital assets like BTC, ETH, LTC, and XRP perpetual futures contracts. It also provides real-time 24/7 risk management and dynamic margin requirements.

“Together, we are expanding institutional access to digital assets”

Emmanual Goh, Head of Coinbase International Exchange, remarked, “The need for trust, security, and transparency in global crypto markets has never been stronger. Together, we are expanding institutional access to digital assets.”

Both companies adhere to stringent standards of regulatory compliance. Coinbase International recently received a regulatory license from the Bermuda Monetary Authority, reinforcing its global commitment. Talos is known for securely integrating institutional clients with their preferred digital asset providers, making it a natural partner for Coinbase International Exchange.

Eligible clients can connect to Coinbase International Exchange through either Talos’s graphical user interface (GUI) or its application programming interface (API). This integration builds on the continuing cooperation between Talos and Coinbase as they pursue their shared goal of broadening institutional access to digital assets.

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