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

FIX Global: Asia Leads in Institutional Adoption of Digital 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.

Talos Joins Pyth Network to Bring Trusted Market Data onto Blockchains

Talos delivers institutional-grade market data on-chain in a sub-second frequency New York — December 7, 2021 — Talos, a leading provider of institutional trading technology for digital assets, today announced that it has joined the Pyth Network, a next-generation oracle platform designed to provide trusted and verifiable market data to decentralized applications. This partnership will include

Bloomberg Quint: Crypto Firm Talos Names Ex-Deutsche Bank Executive as APAC Head

Talos, a U.S.-based crypto-trading engineering company, is hiring Samar Sen as Asia-Pacific head and plans to open a Singapore office in 2022. Sen was previously global head of digital products for securities services at Deutsche Bank AG, according to a statement. Talos, operating since 2018, offers services like onboarding, execution and settlement for digital assets.

Talos Names Samar Sen Head of Asia-Pacific, Plans to Open Singapore Office

Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs alum becomes the latest capital markets veteran to join rapidly growing institutional crypto trading platform provider Singapore — November 9, 2021 — Talos, an advanced technology provider for the institutional trading of digital assets, today announced its expansion into Asia with the hiring of Samar Sen as Head of Asia-Pacific.

Bloomberg: Wall Street Is Offering Big Pay Increases to Amass a Crypto Army

Wall Street leaders turned up their noses when Bitcoin exploded onto the scene more than a decade ago. Now they’re paying sweet premiums to crypto recruits, amassing an army of enthusiasts within the traditionally staid realm. Some of the biggest banks and financial firms have added about 1,000 crypto-related roles since 2018, according to Revelio