Talos, the provider of institutional technology for digital assets trading, announced it has joined the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program.
Joining as a Build Partner, Talos aims to continue “building upon Google Cloud technology to empower institutions with a secure platform and the advanced tools they need to trade digital assets.”
Ethan Feldman, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of Talos, said:
“Joining the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program underscores the Talos standard for providing the most advanced technology. Building our platform on Google Cloud means that we’re well positioned to continuously innovate and evolve with the needs of the digital asset ecosystem.”
The Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program “supports its partners with a range of resources and tools, facilitating the development and delivery of innovative solutions to their customers.”
This membership bolsters Talos’s ability “to provide reliable and scalable trading solutions to financial institutions globally.”
Google Cloud validates its Partner Advantage partners “with the goal of ensuring highest quality outcomes for end customers.”
Talos has certified its team and its solution platform in order “to achieve Build Partner status.”
As clarified in the update, Talos explains that it “offers software-as-a-service products that provide connectivity tools for institutional clients.”
The firm added that it “does not provide clients with any pre-negotiated arrangements with liquidity providers or other parties.”
Clients are also required “to independently negotiate arrangements with liquidity providers and other parties bilaterally.”
Talos is not party to any of these arrangements. The company also confirmed that its services and venues may “not be available in all jurisdictions.”
As covered, Talos announced its integration with CME Group, the derivatives marketplace.
Through this integration, Talos clients can now “trade CME Group Bitcoin and Ether futures contracts using Talos’s suite of advanced execution algorithms and smart order routing strategies.”
Anton Katz, CEO andCo-Founder of Talos, said:
“As institutions enter the digital assets markets, they are seeking sophisticated trading solutions that provide versatility as well as security and compliance. By integrating with CME Group, renowned for its deep liquidity, advanced technology, and the operation of its regulated exchanges, we’re delivering the highest grade of excellence to our institutional clients.”