Gold-i, a trading systems integration specialist for the financial services industry, announced on Tuesday about its newly inked partnership with alternative asset investment platform, Aqua Digital Rising.
The products of Gold-i’s new partner is unique as it is offering investors to invest in the success of any individual, from sports to celebrities and from social media influencers to politicians.
Commenting on Aqua’s offering, Gold-i CEO, Tom Higgins said: “I have always been motivated by innovation – it is at the heart of all our developments at Gold-i – and when I heard about Aqua Indices, I was excited by such a revolutionary concept.”
Aqua is aiming to launch its services in January 2021.
According to the press release shared with FortuneZ, Gold-i is integrating its new partner’s solutions into its Matrix multi-asset liquidity management platform that will allow its traders to diversify their assets without leaving the platform.
“Financial institutions are continually looking at ways to increase revenues by diversifying, and Aqua Indices presents the ideal opportunity. We are thrilled to be at the forefront of this, enabling our clients to have access to a next-generation alternative asset class,” Higgins added.
Expanding Suite for Investors
Gold-i’s Matrix suite of products provides a distribution channel of multi-asset class liquidity for a global network of brokers, prime brokers, and hedge funds. Last month, the company integrated Seed CX’s Zero Hash solution for crypto custody and settlement.
“Gold-i is a renowned industry innovator with a global client network consisting of brokers, hedge fund managers, and asset managers,” Aqua’s Yasin Sebastian Qureshi said. “They are an ideal partner for us as we build our routes to market.”
“We are already seeing phenomenal worldwide interest in our product which, for the first time in history, uses big data, proprietary AI and Machine Learning to create a new class of tradable assets. We believe our partnership with Gold-i will enable us both to grow our client base across key trading regions.”