Arbitrage is a purchase and sale of a cryptocurrency in order to profit from a difference in the price between different exchanges.

The transactions must occur simultaneously or in the shortest possible timeframe to avoid exposure to market risk, or the risk that prices may change on one market before both transactions are complete.

A triangular arbitrage strategy involves three instead of two trades, exchanging the initial currency for a second, the second currency for a third, and the third currency for the initial. A profitable trade is only possible if sufficient market imperfections exist.


Market makers are important for maintaining a sufficient amount of bid and ask orders and making cryptocurrencies accessible and liquidly tradable across exchanges.

With the arbitrage and market making on less liquid markets we provide liquidity, reduce transaction time and earn a fraction of the traded currency price. By creating the market between gateways within the Ripple payment protocol, we are well positioned to benefit from any upside trend in the number of transactions.


We are developing a proprietary tradebot that is using quantitative indicators and machine learning calibrated input features. By extracting the data on all transactions for the largest 40 tokens on Ethereum public ledger, we are looking to utilize the informational indicator of the public ledger. Deployment of the tradebot is expected in January 2018.