All investments carry risks. For this reason, we have a Risk Management Policy that seeks to demonstrate the methodology, criteria, and parameters applied to monitor exposure to risk factors inherent to the investments made. The risks presented in our operations are all idiosyncratic, meaning they are endemic to an individual asset, a group of assets, an industry, or in some cases, a particular asset class. Idiosyncratic risks can also be referred to as unsystematic or specific risks. The idiosyncratic risks have little or no correlation with risks that reflect larger macroeconomic forces, such as market risks and general economic risks.
As part of our customer-centered approach, you can monitor the daily return rates by accessing your account.
We have an initial 30-day lock-up; after that, you can withdraw your investment within two days. The withdrawal request is made in your dashboard – there is no need to call or explain why you are withdrawing your money.
Arbtrust is an American company registered in the state of Florida. Yes, absolutely; we can send you our Operations Agreement, Private Placement Memorandum, Subscription Agreement, Form CRS, and anything else you might need. We have complete transparency.
Given the volume and the security level, we use Bitcoin to perform the arbitrage mechanism.
Nothing. Remember that we need price volatility to profit and that we are not buying an asset; we are just fulfilling buy and sell orders – at the same time.
All the investments are held in USDT/USDC, the digital dollar. We do not buy and hold assets, and we do not operate on leverage with options and futures. This is why our liquidity is high.

Almost all the capital must be in the exchanges for the operations to make sense, roughly 80 to 90%, but it changes over time depending on the market volume and considering the number of transactions we execute per second.

There is various process in place. Some of the key aspects we need to evaluate before using an exchange are:

For how long have they been in the market?

Are they liquid enough? (one of the most important points to analyze, constantly)

What are their cash in & cash out procedures?

How evolved is their technology?

Where are their servers? Whom do they use?

Is their order book legit? We have software that identifies whether a specific exchange has bots trying to perform transactions.

The entire operation and its processes are monitored and controlled all the time. We have several algorithms in place with the same goal: to find the better spread between the exchanges, so we can intermediate the negotiations and execute the transactions simultaneously. There is a need for this continuous control because the market and technology are changing constantly (APIs, connection time, servers, locations, etc.). Our team is made of tech developers and IT managers, and their main job is to ensure our operations and algorithms are all up to date and efficiently working. The algorithm and the system do not run on their own, they need constant work and monitoring from our side.


If you want to know more about our technology, get in touch with us.

We use both, but the USDT has higher liquidity and offers us higher spread opportunities. In our operations, we use more USDT because its market share is also much bigger than the USDC and it is also a stronger stablecoin.

We have a whole Risk Management policy in place. Please refer to this document to obtain a full understanding of our operations and how we manage and control risks.

Arbtrust LLC is a Company based in Florida. Any prospective investors that wish to subscribe units of the Abrtrust LLC operations should contact us through the contact form. This website is not an offer to buy or sell, nor is it a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, the Units or any other security or to participate in any advisory services or trading strategy. Any offering or solicitation will be made only to certain qualified investors who are “accredited investors” as defined under Regulation D of the Securities Act, and any investments by U.S. persons will only be permitted to potential investors who demonstrate that status. Investors in the Shares must have the financial ability, sophistication, experience, and willingness to bear the risks of such investment.

Arbtrust Venture LLC (the “fund”) operates pursuant to SEC rule 506(b) of regulation D. The membership interests of the fund have not been registered under the securities act of 1933 (the “securities act”), or the securities laws of any state.  Abrtrust performs arbitrage in the negotiation of digital assets, the simultaneous buy and sell of a specific asset taking advantage of the fluctuation of the price of the same asset; and also invests in international private companies.

Historical returns, economic, market or other performance it is not an indication of future results. Potential investors must have the financial ability, sophistication, experience, and willingness to bear the risks of an investment.

Any potential investments made in the company involve risk. Potential investors should carefully consider the long term nature of an investment in the Units prior to making an investment decision.  Units of the company are not insured by the FDIC.