Eventus, a supplier of multi-asset class commerce surveillance and market threat options, introduced right this moment that cryptocurrency derivatives exchange Deribit has chosen the agency’s Validus platform to supply market abuse monitoring on the change.
Headquartered in Panama City, Panama, Deribit is among the largest cryptocurrency choices exchanges by quantity and open curiosity, with roughly 90% market share in bitcoin (BTC) and ether (ETH) choices. The change additionally provides choose futures on cryptocurrencies.
David Dohmen, Deribit’s Chief Authorized, Compliance & Regulatory Officer mentioned the change thought of a number of commerce surveillance methods in anticipation of working below the Digital Property Regulatory Authority in Dubai and as Deribit seemed to develop into extra jurisdictions whereas sustaining the best compliance requirements.
He articulated: “As soon as I joined Deribit and our seek for a surveillance vendor was underway, I used to be capable of share that Eventus’ customer support is great. I’ve checked out and labored with a wide range of commerce surveillance methods, together with Validus in two of my former roles since 2019. I used to be most impressed with the dedication and diligence of the Eventus crew to repeatedly work with its purchasers to assist enhance how the system can meet our wants and resolve any points we encounter alongside the best way. They care about getting issues executed; it’s not simply in regards to the numbers.”
Extra elements in Deribit’s number of Eventus, Dohmen mentioned, have been the agency’s huge expertise with crypto asset exchanges and aggressive pricing, plus the purpose that Validus is intuitive and straightforward to make use of.
“We’re delighted to assist Deribit obtain heightened surveillance capabilities. Because the change continues to develop and develop its enterprise to new regulatory jurisdictions, our Validus platform gives the scalable, agile answer the compliance crew will want as its volumes enhance and regulatory necessities turn out to be extra advanced.”
– Eventus CEO, Travis Schwab