Potamus looks to new asset classes, including currencies

HFT firm sees US equities platform grow in past year and views outsourced trading as another area for expansion

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The Boston-based company launched its low-latency, co-located trading platform last year

High-frequency firm Potamus Trading is looking to expand into other asset classes, including currencies, as it continues to grow its trading platform’s client base.

The Boston-based company, which launched its low-latency, co-located trading platform last year, currently offers high-speed execution for large-volume orders of US equities.

Japanese financial services firm SBI Holdings, through subsidiary SBI Crypto Investment, made an investment into Potamus last year as well.

Kristin Linnell,

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