xSigma announces beta of CFD and Crypto trading platforms

Rick Steves

The xSigma Trading platform will provide US Equity CFDs that will be wide-ranging to include equities that are normally not available as CFDs.

xSigma, a subsidiary of ZK International Group, has launched the beta version of its two trading platforms, “xSigma Trading” for CFD trading and “xSigma Trader” for Crypto, Crypto Options and Crypto derivatives.

XSigma Trading is a proprietary platform designed for the CFD marketplace, allowing investors to gain access to unique products and offerings including some of the most restricted stock lists out there.

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The xSigma Trading platform will provide US Equity CFDs that will be wide ranging to include equities that are normally not available as CFDs.

The platform will focus on stocks that are “in play”, speculative stocks that might normally be hard to borrow or too expensive to trade from the short side.

XSigma Trader is focused on the crypto ecosystem. The platform is designed for Crypto, Crypto Options and Crypto derivatives with the aim of helping traders diversify risk by using products like immediate and short-term crypto options and derivatives.

The platform will provide crypto options, crypto basket trading, and crypto basket lending, and aims to ensure “extreme market depth and liquidity”.

The current cryptocurrency Market Cap has reached $2.5 trillion and Bitcoin and Ethereum keep printing new all-time highs as crypto ETFs are stepping in at full steam.

According to research from Carnegie Melon University, the crypto derivatives market can reach volumes of more than $100 billion traded on a single day.

Apan Sood, Chief Executive Officer at xSigma Trading, said: “We, at xSigma, are very pleased and excited to launch the beta version of our core trading platforms at such and exciting time in the crypto space. We believe that xSigma’s trading products will lead the trading community into the future of CFDs, cryptocurrencies and derivatives trading.

“Our platforms encompass a wide range of products that truly allow traders at all levels to access a much larger range of equity CFDs and crypto derivatives than what is available in most platforms today. xSigma’s unique trading platforms provide traders with greater opportunities to take advantage of volatile markets while protecting themselves from market risk.

“Our goal is to create a unique and robust high matching platform that combines crypto derivatives & equity CFD’s all in one trading solution. These systems have been designed as a crypto and CFD trading platform for both retail and institutional clients that will adopt crypto trading, lending, options & derivatives as well as US Equity CFD’s all within one platform.”

ZK International Group Co., Ltd. is a China-based engineering company building and investing in innovative technologies. The firm established xSigma in 2018 as it expanded into smart contracts, distributed ledgers, supply chain management, and blockchain architecture.

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