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== Partnership with Vela ==
 
== Partnership with Vela ==
  
In February 2019, the electronic trading platform [[Vela]] announced a partnership with CoinRoutes, in order to use CoinRoutes' crypto market data for Vela's smart order routing (SOR) services.
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In February 2019, the electronic trading platform [[Vela]] announced a partnership with CoinRoutes, in order to use CoinRoutes' crypto market data for Vela's smart order routing (SOR) services.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://tradevela.com/news-events/article/vela-partners-with-coinroutes-to-deliver-crypto-asset-smart-order-routing?utm_campaign=Crypto%20SOR|name=VELA PARTNERS WITH COINROUTES TO DELIVER CRYPTO-ASSET SMART ORDER ROUTING|org=Vela|date=February 15, 2019}}</ref>
 
   
 
   
 
== Products ==
 
== Products ==

Revision as of 12:54, 15 February 2019

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CoinRoutes
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Founded 2017
Headquarters San Francisco, California
Key People David Weisberger, Co-Founder and CEO; Ian Weisberger, Co-Founder and CTO
Employees 1 - 10
Products Cryptocurrency order routing and data information
Twitter @coinroutes
LinkedIn Profile
Website CoinRoutes Home
Blog CoinRoutes Blog

CoinRoutes provides aggregated price information from 40 cryptocurrency exchanges. The platform is designed to improve the efficiency of executing trades across numerous exchanges.[1]

Partnership with Vela

In February 2019, the electronic trading platform Vela announced a partnership with CoinRoutes, in order to use CoinRoutes' crypto market data for Vela's smart order routing (SOR) services.[2]

Products

  • RealPrice displays the investable price for bitcoin and Ethereum as well as other cryptocurrencies in real time.
  • Consolidated Best Bid & Offer (CBBO) is a pan-exchange research tool
  • Cost Calculator shows the potential smart router savings from trading across multiple exchanges
  • Smart Order Router lets customers trade effortlessly across different exchanges without disclosing exchange keys and wallets private.[3]

References