C-Trade Launches Next-Generation Crypto Derivatives Trading Platform

C-Trade delivers secure platform offering traders 150x leverage.

British Virgin Islands, Aug. 4, 2020 – With the aim of transforming the world of trading to allow all global traders to trade fairly and efficiently, C-Trade has launched its lightning-fast crypto derivatives exchange platform with up to 150 times leverage on derivative products.

Instead of waiting hours for withdrawals, users’ requests are approved in minutes. “I have experienced first-hand the frustrating drawbacks of derivatives trading,” said C-Trade cofounder Edmund Lee, a former professional poker player and founder of a successful crypto asset management firm. “I knew we could do better than regular system overloads and endless withdrawal times, which is why we launched our constant pursuit of advanced technology and innovation to create a superlative trading experience.”

Dedicated to security and seamless trading, C-Trade’s order matching and risk management engine is more than 20 times faster than the industry standard, while the overall trading experience is enhanced with a tight spread and high liquidity. Created by an international team of highly trained derivatives traders and developers with experience at J.P. Morgan, Société Générale and more, C-Trade offers 24/7 support, with real-time phone help from a professional, multilingual technical support team.


With an intense focus on security, all assets are safely stored in multi-signature cold wallets. C-Trade’s intuitive trading interface is ideal for novice through advanced users, and the company’s affiliate program offers up to 40 percent trading fee commissions. In addition to detailed guides and tutorials, new users also receive first deposit bonuses, lowering the barrier of entry.

“Security and reliability may not sound as exciting as fast and innovative, but it makes all the difference when it comes to cryptocurrency trading,” Lee added. “Our secure, user-friendly derivates trading platform is exactly what new and experienced users across the globe are looking for.”

Derivatives are the Leading Crypto Trend of 2020


Crypto derivatives products have exploded in 2020. As a result, more and more major cryptocurrency exchanges are adding derivatives products as trading options, jumping onboard the crypto derivative bandwagon to bolster profits and capture a share of what is fast becoming the most lucrative trends of the year.

However, exchanges that simply adapt their trading space to suit the derivatives market can’t offer the level of usability, speed and security of platforms designed for derivatives trading.

“Our team knows what traditional investors want, what crypto fans like and what day traders love. That’s what C-trade is all about,” said Mike Ting, co-founder of C-trade. “After a decade in the traditional equity derivates industry, I was frustrated by the distortions in the traditional capital market caused by money printing. Since joining the cryptocurrency world, I have been impressed by the mix of technology and finance and the power of Bitcoin as a store of wealth. C-trade is the culmination of our team’s passion for innovative and differentiation.”

About C-Trade: Established in 2019, C-Trade is a next-generation cryptocurrency derivatives trading platform designed and curated by a crack team of engineers, statisticians and quantitative traders. At C-Trade we have created, and continue to develop, innovative industry-leading approaches for the best possible trading experience. For more information on C-Trade visit https://www.c-trade.com/

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