Spotware cXchange integrated with institutional crypto platform BitGo

Spotware launches cXchange cryptocurrency exchange solution

Trading solutions provider Spotware has announced that its cryptocurrency exchange solution, cXchange, has been integrated with BitGo, the market leader in institutional cryptocurrency financial services.

Spotware has just completed a deep integration between cXchange and BitGo’s wallet API platform. This integration allows any cXchange operator to plug in their BitGo Business Wallet thanks to the native integration between the two platforms. This integration allows two leaders within their own domain to compliment one another.

The company stated that new exchanges can benefit from the robust matching engine, powerful trading system and user-friendly multi-device trading platforms from Spotware and the digital asset security and support for over 95 coins and tokens from BitGo.

Alexander Geralis Spotware

Alexander Geralis, Spotware

Alexander Geralis, Chief Product Officer of cXchange at Spotware commented:

Digital asset security is important, which is why we pro-actively integrate with other leaders like BitGo. Our clients should be able to take advantage of our high-performance trading systems by being able to support a wide range of tradable pairs, including a number of stable coins. These factors are incredibly important. That is why we are delighted to cooperate with BitGo in this area. BitGo protects the world’s leading exchanges and institutions, and we consider ourselves and our clients being one of them.

“BitGo provides cryptocurrency security for hundreds of exchanges around the world, and we’re very pleased to have been selected by Spotware.” said Ben Chan, CTO, BitGo. “With this wallet integration, Spotware’s exchange customers will have a scalable wallet featuring connectivity to a diverse range of blockchains.”

BitGo’s multi-asset wallet platform processes 15% of all global bitcoin transactions and $15 billion per month across all cryptocurrencies, and supports more than 95 coins and tokens with more than $2 billion in assets, being the largest world known processor of on-chain bitcoin transactions.

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