Intercontinental Exchange Data Services (ICE Data Services) recently tweeted out a lengthy list of cryptocurrencies to be included in its Cryptocurrency Data Feed.
ICE Data Services provides pricing, analytics, indices, and exchange data in a custom-tailored fashion for clients seeking more insight and information on financial markets. According to its official website, the data solutions it provides “cover a broad range of asset classes, delivered securely to help you address your investing, trading, compliance and risk management requirements.”
Now, the informer of global markets will be adding an extensive list of cryptocurrencies to its dedicated Cryptocurrency Data Feed.
The full list of listed cryptocurrencies is reproduced below. (Get ready to scroll.)
- Basic Attention
- Bitcoin Cash ABC
- Bitcoin Cash SV
- Bitcoin Gold
- Ethereum Classic
- Gemini Dollar
- Huobi Token
- Kyber Network
- Metaverse ETP
- Steem Dollars
- Theta Token
- USD Coin
This is what this means for Crypto traders pic.twitter.com/eb2ejPB639
— ICE Data Services (@ICEDataServices) March 14, 2019
ICE’s Cryptocurrency Data Feed is being launched in collaboration with Blockstream, a blockchain technology company co-founded by Adam Back, Gregory Maxwell, Pieter Wuille, Jonathan Wilkins, and Matt Corallo. It hopes to provide an increased level of transparency in addition to insight and efficiencies. As noted by an official video:
Its global coverage can enable hedge funds to better manage their trading strategies. Index providers can provide price inclusion by weighting the value of a venue based on specific criteria. Tick-by-tick data provides risk management and pricing evaluation for surveillance. For portfolio managers, value-add statistics enable cryptoassets to be market to market.
ICE is also launching Bakkt, an open-source platform that will be fully-regulated and “support innovation around digital assets and blockchain applications.”
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