The latest from Talos and the broader digital asset trading community.

CNBC: Wall Street Goes Crypto

The latest Institutional Investor Digital Assets Study by Fidelity Digital Assets included responses from Asian investors for the first time this past year, and found they were far more accepting of digital assets than their US and European counterparts. Of the 299 Asian institutional investors surveyed, 71% had adopted digital assets, with 9 in 10 indicating they were actively exploring opportunities. This compares to digital asset adoption among 56% of the European institutional investors surveyed and 33% of the US ones.

Business Insider: 14 Fintechs Helping Banks and Hedge Funds Get in on the Crypto Craze, According to Top VCs

The latest Institutional Investor Digital Assets Study by Fidelity Digital Assets included responses from Asian investors for the first time this past year, and found they were far more accepting of digital assets than their US and European counterparts. Of the 299 Asian institutional investors surveyed, 71% had adopted digital assets, with 9 in 10 indicating they were actively exploring opportunities. This compares to digital asset adoption among 56% of the European institutional investors surveyed and 33% of the US ones.

Talos Adds Access to OSL’s Global Digital Asset Exchange

NEW YORK — February 17, 2022 — Talos, the industry’s leading institutional digital asset technology provider, today announced the addition of the global OSL  Exchange to its partner network. As a result, Talos users can now seamlessly access liquidity found on OSL’s global exchange, which aggregates order books across Asia, the Americas, and OSL’s white-label

WatersTechnology: In the Race to Institutionalize Crypto, Participants Eye Familiar Tech ‘Wrappers’ for New Assets

The latest Institutional Investor Digital Assets Study by Fidelity Digital Assets included responses from Asian investors for the first time this past year, and found they were far more accepting of digital assets than their US and European counterparts. Of the 299 Asian institutional investors surveyed, 71% had adopted digital assets, with 9 in 10 indicating they were actively exploring opportunities. This compares to digital asset adoption among 56% of the European institutional investors surveyed and 33% of the US ones.

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