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Talos Integrates with TP ICAP’s Fusion Digital Assets to Drive Institutional Crypto Adoption

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In a bid to grow the institutional adoption of digital currencies, Talos, the institutional digital asset trading technology provider, has integrated with TP ICAP’s Fusion Digital Assets, the UK-regulated spot crypto exchange.

Fusion Digital Assets is a trading venue designed specifically for institutional participants and registered with the UK’s FCA, highlighting its focus on regulatory compliance and the safety of digital asset transactions. The partnership with Talos underscores TP ICAP’s aim of bridging the gap between traditional financial markets and the burgeoning crypto market.

Hina Sattar, Head of Digital Asset Sales at TP ICAP, commented: “We are excited to integrate with Talos and provide their significant institutional client base access to the diversified liquidity from Fusion Digital Assets. This partnership is a natural fit, combining a market structure for which regulators have voiced a strong preference with a trading platform whose functionality institutions know and expect.”

The Talos trading platform has been engineered along similar lines to those within traditional finance, offering institutions a familiar trading experience adapted for digital assets. The integration with TP ICAP’s Fusion Digital Assets enables Talos clients to seamlessly access Fusion’s unique liquidity pool – which includes a mix of traditional and crypto-native clients – through either the Talos API or via GUI.

“Fusion is unique in the digital asset landscape, and we are pleased to connect Talos clients to their liquidity,” commented Daniel Packham, VP – Head of Operations EMEA at Talos. “TP ICAP and Talos share a mission of delivering the digital asset ecosystem to institutions at the standards they require – in terms of performance, reliability, security and compliance.”

Talos operates an extensive network of 60+ digital asset service providers, including exchanges, OTC desks, prime brokers, and custodians, and positions itself as a pivotal platform for institutions looking to navigate the complexities of the digital asset markets. The addition of Fusion Digital Assets to the network further enhances the capabilities available to Talos clients, promising a more integrated and efficient trading experience, according to the company.

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