The intercontinental exchange started a cryptographic data feed service in collaboration with block-chain company Block Stream.
Intercontinental Exchange, a global company established in the US in 2000, has 23 financial products exchanges around the world. The New York Stock Exchange is one of the exchanges that it operates. The company is also the parent company of the digital asset platform, Bakt.
According to the announcement, the new cryptographic data service retrieves more than 60 cryptographic data from major exchanges around the world and provides users with real-time or historical time-series data.
According to the alliance, BlockStream is aiming to provide investors around the world with a comprehensive tool for monitoring cryptographic data that is actively traded. Cryptographic data feeds provide data on various types of cryptographic market surveillance services, including price-related time series data, price trends, market trends by transaction time, 24-hour market overview, and volume weighted average price.
The service also supports intercontinental Exchange’s financial transaction infrastructure tools that prevent investors from being able to trade and immediately notify users when an emergency occurs. For more information, please click here .