Voyager (CSE:VYGR), a crypto brokerage firm that provides retail and institutional investors with trading solutions, announced an API partnership with Avant-Garde Trading Securities on Monday, a new broker-dealer launching in the first quarter of 2020.

According to the announcement, Avant-Garde Trading already planned to offer its clients stocks, options, ETFs, futures and forex trading. Through the new partnership with Voyager, Avant-Grade will add cryptocurrency trading to its offerings.

“Voyager Digital is committed to transforming access to the crypto market, and, in just the last month alone, we have announced three important partnerships,” said Voyager Digital CEO Steve Ehrlich. “Our partnership with Avant-Garde Trading Securities is part of this transformation and will connect investors to the best crypto-asset platform out there today.”

With the API partnership, Voyager will offer Avant-Grade seamless execution services and a proprietary market data stream that aggregates data from major crypto exchanges, with zero-commission trading.

“Avant-Garde Trading Securities is very pleased to partner with a world-class company like Voyager Digital,” said Avant-Garde CEO David Gompert. “Their state-of-the-art platform and technology will provide our clients with a tremendous opportunity to invest in this growing asset class.”

This news comes several days after Voyager pushed an iOS update that includes the addition of the Voyager Interest Program and the full rebrand of Ethos (ETHOS) to Voyager Token (VGX).

Investors can receive $25 in BTC by signing up for the Voyager app through this link (or use code: SLUDGE25) and trading $100.

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More: Avant-Garde Trading Securities and Voyager Partner to Expand Crypto Service Offering
Related: Voyager Update Brings 3% Bitcoin (BTC) Interest to the iOS App

Disclaimer: This article’s author has cryptocurrency holdings that can be tracked here. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. Always conduct your own due diligence before making investments.



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