Pulsar has partnered with OKX, a global crypto exchange, to deepen liquidity for Hong Kong users. The partnership demonstrates OKX’s commitment to standardizing its virtual assets market by onboarding top-tier liquidity providers, in line with global best practices in traditional finance as well as regulatory requirements for virtual asset trading platform operators in Hong Kong.

Through this partnership, Pulsar has been designated as a liquidity provider for OKX in Hong Kong. This further enhances OKX’s market efficiency, providing Hong Kong users with access to more competitive pricing and deeper liquidity on the order book. 

Jacky Chung, CEO of Pulsar said: “We’re honoured to partner with a leading exchange like OKX, which shares our goal of providing a flexible and convenient trading experience that prioritizes competitive pricing. We look forward to working with OKX to accelerate the future evolution and adoption of virtual assets in Hong Kong.”

Lennix Lai, OKX Global Chief Commercial Officer said: “By tapping into Pulsar’s expertise in market making, we are able to further enhance the stability of our platform by providing more competitive pricing and tighter bid-ask spreads for our users. This partnership also helps us further align our virtual asset market with best practices from around the industry but also from traditional finance when it comes to ensuring liquid and fair markets. Looking ahead, we are committed to improving the efficiency of our platform and providing a secure and accessible trading experience for our users.”

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