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Over-The-Counter (OTC) Crypto Trading – Is It for You?

by Confidential Banking #1 Merchant Processing Services

If you are planning on buying or selling large quantities of Bitcoin (BTC) at once, you probably do not want your trading to be at the mercy of a traditional exchange. You want a trading route that protects you from the slippages as well as the risks of hacking and theft that come with conventional cryptocurrency exchanges.

Can over-the-counter (OTC) trading be that route for you?

Although a good majority of crypto market observers tend to swear by traditional (on-exchange) volumes as the key metric by which to measure Bitcoin trading activity, the over-the-counter market is an even larger underbelly that often goes unnoticed by anyone but those involved in it.

The term “OTC” is not unique to the realm of cryptocurrency. It exists in the world of traditional finance as well, and simply refers to a method where trading is done outside the periphery of the public eye, without the supervision of an exchange. In plain English, Crypto OTC trading is a service available to large-scale traders (high net-worth individuals or institutional traders) who want to get a faster settlement of large trades and quicker access to their funds than exchange-based transactions.

What’s the takeaway for you?                                                                    

If you are a trader who wants to execute large orders of BTC quickly, conveniently, and privately, going OTC by using a trusted broker might be your safest bet. OTC Bitcoin trading offers you quicker trading times, ideal liquidity, price protection and anonymity, making this the absolute best option for buying and selling large quantities of cryptocurrency.


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