Alt 5 Sigma, the only cryptocurrency trading platform designed specifically for financial services providers and built with the highest security, accessibility, compliancy and transparency of the industry, is pleased to announce the partnership with Equities.com to offer digital asset trading to their growing customer base.
According to the partnership agreement, Equities.com will add the digital asset trading offering to their leading financial information website and enable customers to open accounts and buy, sell and hold digital assets. Customers of Equities.com will be able to trade Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Monero (XMR), Ripple (XRP), Bitcoin SV (BSV) and IOTA (IOTA). Equities.com clients can open and or login to the Alt 5 Sigma Trading platform directly on the front page of Equities.com under TRADING and sub heading “Trade Crypto”. The service is a directly competing with other platforms such as Coinbase or Kraken but with the added security provided by GardaWorld, the world’s leading security company as well as the transparency provided with audited financials from Grant Thornton and assets under management audit.
“We are very excited to start working with Alt 5 Sigma. Our customers have a strong appetite for digital asset trading and want an efficient and trusted trading platform to buy, sell and hold these assets in a secure custodian. Alt 5 Sigma provides all these elements and more,” said Dennis Beckert, CEO of Equities.com. “The trading of digital assets is only in its infancy and we expect it to grow significantly over the next decade.”
“Equities.com is a complete financial information site with sophisticated and well-educated customers that require, demand and deserve a higher level of service, and we are grateful to be partnering with such a group,” said Andre Beauchesne, President and CEO of Alt 5 Sigma. “Digital assets are constantly growing and gaining momentum with retail and institutional investors alike and we are glad to be offering these clients the tools necessary to efficiently trade these assets and to keep them secure.”