"Obviously, this is something that folks are anticipating. We're getting ready for it," he said. "We'll be there with capital. We'll be there with our risk controls. All the things ready to rock and roll tomorrow and so it will hopefully be a good day for us in the market."
Cifu said he's also expecting high levels of volume and volatility on Wednesday, two factors that are good for Virtu.
"One of the things we do really well is transfer risks from buyers to sellers and obviously there's going to be a lot of trading tomorrow," he told CNBC's "Fast Money: Halftime Report" on Tuesday. "I think that we'll have a lot of volume tomorrow, which is a good thing for our firm, and a lot of volatility."