Market Making

Let our proprietary algorithms boost liquidity for your digital assets.


What we do

Our Market Making service uses our in-house programmatic trading systems to place buy/sell orders 24/7.

Market makers play a fundamental role by simultaneously quoting buy and sell prices for digital assets on an exchange. This activity thickens the order book for that given trading pair, which makes it easy for traders to see the true price and reduces the spread between the buy and the sell orders. By quoting prices on different exchanges, market makers increase overall market efficiency.


Why choose our Market Making service

Cross-exchange hedging

Leverage deep liquidity sources.

Thicker order books

For reduced spread and slippage.

Global currencies

We support all major fiat currencies.

Bespoke service

Our dedicated team tailor the service to your changing needs.

Launching a new token or trading pair?

If you’re launching a new token to compete directly with another that provides similar utility, it’s very daunting and creates a barrier to enter the market. Our service makes sure your token has the liquidity needed to give it a fair chance, based on quality, not just popularity, to succeed and grow in a very competitive market.

When introducing a new trading pair, the risk of low liquidity is again very common and can limit your ability to trade that pair profitably. Our purpose-built algorithms help to minimize price slippage and we’ll tailor our market making service to work for your business.

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Fabriik Markets, LLC is a Delaware Limited Liability Company, corporate number 4395718. The company’s head office is 1460 Broadway, Suite 10002, New York, NEW YORK, 10036.

Fabriik Markets, LLC is registered with FinCEN as a Money Service Business MSB. There may be restrictions on the provision of services depending on your location and/or residency. Please review our website for more information.

Trading and investment in digital assets involves a substantial risk of loss. You should not invest more than you can afford to lose. This content does not constitute investment advice and does not make recommendations on the suitability of a particular asset class, strategy, or course of action. You should consider seeking professional advice.