About Us

Tap is at the forefront of merging the cryptoeconomy with traditional finance, creating a fair, accessible, and transparent financial ecosystem. Since our establishment in 2018, we've been driven by the audacious belief that anyone, anywhere, should have effortless and secure control over their fiat and crypto finances. Today, Tap provides a trusted, user-friendly platform to seamlessly manage all your financial needs in one place.

Through a single regulatory portal, Tap customers can access several major crypto exchanges and, utilising Tap’s proprietary Artificial Intelligence middleware, customers benefit from best-execution and pricing in real time.

Tap is one of only a handful of unified banking solutions operators fully regulated to provide distributed ledger technology services.


Building the future of finance

Innovative market pioneer making digital finance simpler, safer, and more accessible.

Following its listing on AQSE in 2023, Tap is growing through product enhancement, increased marketing, and consistent user capture.

Key growth drivers:


Tap is regulated by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission for Crypto Activity and as an Agent for  E-Money services.


Tap’s proprietary Artificial Intelligence-powered middleware delivers best price trades in real-time, creating a fairer market for its users.  

Global recognition

Over 200,000 registered users in more than 45 countries already use Tap to manage their cryptocurrency holdings.


Tap offers secure cold storage of client holdings with losses insured up to $250m.


Global service, local teams.

Tap’s global team of  specialists enables us to support over 200,000 users in more than 45 countries worldwide.

Across our software, development, customer services and management teams, everyone at Tap is dedicated to making crypto more accessible and providing our customers with simple, secure and immediate control of their digital assets.






Registered users

Meet the board

David Hunter

Non-Executive Chairman

David is an experienced executive with a track record of building and leading disruptive financial services businesses into profitability and sustained growth. Becoming Director of BT’s ePayments division in 2002, he possesses over 20 years of senior and executive experience in financial services and payments. Throughout his career, David has placed a strong emphasis on innovation, regulatory compliance and commercial growth. David joined Tap Global in June 2023.

David Carr

Chief Executive Officer

David Carr co-founded Tap Global and initially took on the role of Chief Operating Officer before assuming the role of Chief Executive Officer in July 2021. David has significant experience in the fintech space, having worked on the first prepaid Mastercard in Europe in 2004. He has since consulted on the launch of over 65 e-money projects. David has been an Ambassador for the Payments Association for over 10 years.

Arsen Torosian

Chief Strategy Officer

Arsen co-founded Tap with David Carr in 2017. A fintech entrepreneur and early adopter of crypto, Arsen  founded a crypto OTC desk in London in 2014 in which he achieved over £70m in trading volume. Arsen oversees Tap’s technology enhancement and international expansion.

Tony Quirke

Chief Financial Officer

Tony is an FCCA qualified accountant and an FCA approved person. He has founded, co-founded and led the M&A activity on several FCA regulated fintech businesses including an International FX payments broker, a digital bank, an acquiring bank, an issuer processor, an issuing bank and a payment services provider.

John Taylor

Non-Executive Director

John works with small cap listed companies with their development. He is the chairman of  Asimilar Group Plc, an AIM quoted investing company focused on high growth potential companies in the disruptive technology space and has held a number of small cap directorship roles both as an executive and a non-executive.

Des Hellicar-Bowman

Non-Executive Director

Des is a Senior Executive with 20 years’ experience at board level within the payments industry. Responsibilities within regulated companies include board advisory roles, compliance oversight, MLRO and director appointments with significant European-wide experience within AML, compliance, risk, fraud prevention and detection, e-finance and payments regulation and policy sectors.