What you will be doing:
- Design and implement trading strategies within the cryptocurrency markets, including developing, deploying & managing market making algorithms for cryptocurrencies
- Provide quotes to and execute trades with OTC counter parties.
-Drive increased trading volume to OTC Desk by understanding clients' liquidity needs, proactively identify ways for high and low touch execution services to meet those needs, and provide client support for execution and liquidity.
-Execute & improve trading systems for implementing algorithmic crypto trades
-Work closely with firm leadership to identify and execute upon opportunities within the crypto trading space that enhances operational efficiency and processes.
-Develop and share a deep understanding of market-structure, fundamental trends and regulatory considerations in the cryptocurrency markets.
- At least 3 years experience in electronic trading, with a focus on cryptocurrency
-Crypto OTC trading experience
-Strong knowledge of the digital assets/crypto markets
-Strong technical skills with ability to use advanced technologies to deploy & manage trading strategies
-Ability to make decisions under pressure and work in a high paced environment
-Profitable track record in the crypto trading space
-Self-started with the ability to work independently but within a team environment
-Strong command in both English, Mandarin Chinese, both written and verbal
Possess strong sense focus on control and responsibility
WORK FROM HOME
ATTRACTIVE PAY PACKAGE
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Real Time Trader is $99,014 per year or $48 per hour. The highest paying Real Time Trader jobs have a salary over $172,000 per year while the lowest paying Real Time Trader jobs pay $56,000 per year
A trader is responsible for buying and selling financial instruments for a firm or an individual, monitoring stock movements, and analyzing price fluctuations. Traders focus on short-term and long-term trades, depending on their customers' demands and best interests. In some cases, traders also act as financial advisors to their clients, providing financial management support, and handling their account investments. A trader must have excellent knowledge of the financial industry and must be highly-analytical, dealing with consistent changes in the stock market and maintain smart decisions to achieve their clients' financial goals.