Institutional Grade Infrastructure, Innovative Pricing

  • FIX, WebSocket, and REST interfaces supporting up to 300 messages per second per client.
  • Matching Engine built to handle 100,000+ transactions per second.
  • Average execution latency below 800 microseconds.
  • CrossTower features guaranteed uptime of >99.99 percent, with built-in redundancy and a dedicated 24/7 support team.
  • CrossTower uses an industry-first “Taker-Maker” pricing model where traders are paid a rebate when they trade against resting liquidity.

Security

  • The majority of assets are held in an offline, airgapped cold storage system. Only a small portion are held in an online hot wallet.
  • Cold wallet uses multi-signature digital signature schemes to eliminate single points of failure and improve resilience against the loss or compromise of any individual private key.
  • Exchange infrastructure is hosted in world class Equinix London LD4 data center, which is SOC 2 Type II, ISO 27001 & PCI compliant.
  • Cybersecurity practices are periodically audited by leading experts.

Pro Exchange Features

Subaccount Support

Flexible structure to support all strategies.

Robust API and Connectivity

Access market data and trading services through our FIX, RESTful, and WebSocket APIs.

Advanced Order Types

Our leading matching engine supports basic order types including Market, Limit, and Stop Market.

Tight Bid-Ask Spreads

We offer tight bid-ask spreads, deep order books, best-in-class risk management, and high-quality trade execution.

High Quality Execution

Deep liquidity with tight spreads and market depth will minimize market impact and provide better execution quality.

Rigorous Safeguards

Including custody, regulatory compliance, cybersecurity, and AML/KYC.

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News and Events
CrossTower hires new Head of Partnership & Strategy
Carlos Betancourt, digital assets industry veteran joins CrossTower to grow institutional business Jersey City, NJ, January 30, 2023-CrossTower, Inc., announces it has hired digital asset veteran, Carlos Betancourt, as Head of Partnerships & Strategy, to lead the company’s partnership initiatives and institutional product and service offerings across Over-The-Counter (OTC), Lending, and Research verticals. Carlos leverages over 15 years of professional experience and 7 years of expertise within the digital assets ecosystem. He is responsible for two key roles with CrossTower: 1) working across internal and external resources to manage and grow institutional customer accounts; and 2) helping develop new product lines and services to drive business and grow their presence globally. “CrossTower is committed to rebuilding the digital asset industry in a methodical way, and we’re excited that Carlos is joining our leadership team. Carlos’s background in building traditional and digital asset funds and products strengthens our goal to grow
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CrossTower, other crypto firms line up bids for bankrupt Voyager Digital after FTX collapse
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CrossTower Considers Own Crypto Fund Alongside Voyager Bid
CrossTower Considers Own Crypto Fund Alongside Voyager Bid By Emily Nicolle November 23, 2022, at 11:26 PM GMT+5:30 Crypto exchange CrossTower Inc. is considering further acquisitions beyond its bid for the assets of bankrupt crypto lender Voyager Digital, a deal revived this month after Voyager’s original buyer FTX Trading Ltd. itself filed for bankruptcy. CrossTower is among several companies reviving or exploring new bids for Voyager. Asset manager Wave Financial is weighing up a return to the process after participating in the previous auction, a person familiar with the matter said, while the US arm of crypto exchange Binance is also said to be interested this time round, CoinDesk reported. Wave declined to comment. FTX won a weeks-long auction to buy Voyager’s assets in September, but Voyager’s main bankruptcy attorney said the deal is no longer going ahead after FTX itself filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this month. The sale was valued at about $1.4 billion,