Tagomi Holdings Inc. officially in game

Posted 18 December, 2018

The e-brokerage firm – Tagomi Holdings Inc. – officially launched its services aimed at investors dealing with cryptocurrencies, including the leading coins Bitcoin and Ethereum.

The company has reportedly got $16 million investments from different venture companies with such big fishes as Founders Fund run by PayPal's co-founder Peter Tilh and others (Collaborative Fund, SV Angel, Joe Lonsdale, Brainchild, Digital Currency Group, ZhenFund, Box Group, etc.).

Tagomi Holdings Inc. is a brokerage company that will offer trading services including interbank order execution, capital management, post-trading reports, custodial and other services.
As commented company CEO Jennifer Campbell, their business will be focused on providing institutional operational standards. The main target is to eliminate operational problems that can arise during the crypto exchanges.

“Tagomi applies proven electronic trading solutions that these sophisticated investors have come to expect, and removes the operational hurdles commonly associated with digital asset investing,” said the company CTO.

The management will apply wast experience from such leading companies as  Union Square Ventures, Goldman Sachs, Virtu Financial, Two Sigma, Citadel, Nasdaq to offer the high-level services that may bring more transparency and better execution expected by many clients.

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