Prometheum partners with Anchorage Digital on SEC-registered alternative trading system


Prometheum Ember ATS introduced the launch of its different buying and selling system (ATS) on Oct. 26. The brand new ATS is registered by the US Securities and Trade Fee (SEC) and is a member of the Monetary Business Regulatory Authority.

Prometheum Ember ATS will provide digital asset securities buying and selling, clearing, settlement and custody. The brand new ATS has partnered with Anchorage Digital Financial institution to assist it present its service, which is supposed to “seamlessly combine with legacy securities buying and selling techniques.”

The ATS promised that it “permits establishments to commerce digital asset securities below Federal Securities Legal guidelines.” It’s going to initially assist digital property Circulation, Filecoin, The Graph, Compound and Celo. Prometheum founder and CEO Aaron Kaplan said in an announcement:

“Prometheum units itself aside by sustaining the flexibility to be sustainably compliant below present securities legal guidelines, making certain the multi-layer protections and requirements required on Wall Road.”

Prometheum Ember ATS stated in its assertion that it’s going to make the system’s full performance obtainable to all customers “no matter buying and selling exercise, quantity, expertise, or account dimension.”

It has been a protracted journey to SEC approval for Prometheum Ember ATS, which announced its intention to obtain registration in March 2021. New York-based Prometheum, which was based in 2017, was already working as a crypto alternate at the moment.

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Prometheum Ember ATS is one in all a number of partnerships Anchorage Digital Financial institution has established to advance its enterprise. In June, Anchorage Digital announced it was working with Binance.US, CoinList,, Strix Leviathan and Wintermute to segregate institutional consumer funds from exchanges into regulated asset vaults. Anchorage Digital CEO Diogo Mónica lately shared with Cointelegraph that the financial institution is preparing to enter the Asian market. Mónica has additionally called for greater regulatory clarity in the US.