CryptoNewsBreaks – Xalles Holdings Inc. (XALL) to Offer Customers Speedy, Efficient Trading through New ATN Partnership

Xalles Holdings (OTC: XALL), a fintech holding company, recently entered into a partnership with All The Numbers Trading Company LLC (d/b/a ATN Trading) that will enable XALL to offer its customers access to ATN Trading’s fast and efficient crypto-trading engine. An article discussing the company reads, “The agreement signed between ATN Trading and Xalles Holdings’ wholly owned subsidiary Xalles Financial Services Inc. provides that the companies will share revenue resulting from the distribution of ATN’s crypto-trading engine (http://ccw.fm/z0pL6). . . . Under the agreement, Xalles will distribute the crypto-trading engine to a large community of traders among its contacts and within its client base of expert traders and institutional firms. Customers will be able to connect their Coinbase or Binance accounts to ATN’s automated cryptocurrency-trading engine to trade a vast number of many currencies and will not be required to pay a fee if they don’t make a profit. The ATN trading system offers quick and efficient trading, thus addressing one of the largest issues with cryptocurrencies — their relatively high volatility as they are traded 24/7, making fast trading crucial for profitability and success.”

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About Xalles Holdings Inc.

Xalles Holdings is a holding company that focuses on direct investments in disruptive fintech companies. The company actively seeks acquisition targets in which it can invest and accelerate growth, targeting companies with solid management teams and business models, large total attainable markets (“TAM”) and lucrative exit opportunities. The company places an emphasis on leveraging blockchain technologies to provide industry-leading financial reconciliation and auditing solutions that, over time, will allow for the capture of recurring revenue streams. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Xalles.com.

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