The turnkey solution for brokerages, exchanges, and fintechs. From our leading Custody cold storage solution, to our multiple options for liquidity, to our institutional-grade APIs, we offer all of the tools you need to easily offer your clients crypto.
With Coinbase Prime access the same diversified liquidity pool underpinning all Coinbase products through a powerful, professional trading platform designed for institutional clients. Our healthy order books across market conditions helps you get better execution for your trades.
Coinbase OTC is an agency-only trading desk, backed by the most trusted name in cryptocurrency. With smart order routing, advanced algorithms, and post-trade transaction analysis, our trading services can help you with all of your execution needs.
Coinbase Custody is the world’s largest, most trusted digital asset custodian. Built for peace of mind, our battle-tested cold storage solution offers segregated cold storage, the industry’s leading insurance policy, and opportunities for staking and governance. We are an independent qualified custodian and a fiduciary under New York state banking laws.
Our Websocket feed lets you easily gain access to real-time market data, while our trading API lets you develop secure, programmatic trading bots. We offer a dynamic fee structure with lower fees for higher volume trading.
We offer a sophisticated trading coverage and client services team, industry leading security expertise, and strong global regulatory relationships allowing us to introduce innovative services and new assets rapidly from day one.
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