Hybrid fintech and crypto firm, Orbital, has launched a new platform that sets out to bridge a gap between traditional finance and digital asset treasury solutions. It aims to offer a regulated, secure and easy-to-use facility for the iGaming industry.
By leveraging cryptocurrencies and stablecoins, Orbital, which is headquartered in London, will be able to increase the speed of cross-border payments and transactions, while also reducing the costs, fees and hold-ups of the traditional system.
The platform will offer a single point of access to a range of tools that are required in the running of a modern treasury operation. These tools include foreign exchange, OTC trading, global payments, C2B crypto-commerce payment processing and multi-currency accounts.
This system has been built by a team of iGaming and forex/CFD specialists who have acquired hundreds of combined years of experience in financial services and payment technology.
Overcoming many of the difficulties often experienced with regards to treasury management and the adoption of cryptocurrencies, Orbital feels it has solved the problem by giving equal status to traditional financial services alongside its digital assets.
And commenting on the launch, Chris Mason, Orbital CEO, said: “In tandem with traditional financial services, digital assets represent the future of commerce. Orbital opens this world up to online gaming operators and multi-national organisations, by integrating them seamlessly with their existing treasury operations.
“Orbital is the solution: a fully-integrated treasury management platform that enables businesses to harness the power of cryptocurrency alongside the very best of traditional financial services.”
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