A platform for providing financial data to institutional investors Quandl, which is owned by the Nasdaq, will begin to display cryptocurrency indices on the basis of information from the Analytics service CryptoCompare.
.@Nasdaq partners with @CryptoCompare to launch joint #cryptocurrency pricing product available to institutions via @quandl https://t.co/0i1775rpDT
— CryptoCompare (@CryptoCompare) June 11, 2019.
So, the new product will be called Nasdaq/Crypto CryptoCompare Aggregate Reference Prices. It aims to help institutional investors develop a trading strategy and calculate the risks of cryptocurrencies.
CryptoCompare tracks quotations on more than 150 platforms for trading digital currencies, and provides customers with historical data from 2013 and a number of alternative cryptocurrency indices.
«Reliable data is the basis of a transparent and liquid markets», — said CEO CryptoCompare Charles Hayter.
Note that clients Eikon Terminal from the provider of information and analytic solutions for Thomson Reuters was recently given access to information about the futures exchange BitMEX with the mediation service CryptoCompare.
Excited to partner with @BitMEXdotcom to deliver a real-time, the definitive #cryptocurrency #futures dataset to institutional investors via @Refinitiv»s Eikon terminal. https://t.co/np2GEHDI7L
— CryptoCompare (@CryptoCompare) 10 June 2019
At the end of March it became known that the platform Nasdaq Global Index Data Service (GIDS), Bloomberg Terminal, Thomson Reuters Eikon (Refinitiv) and Stuttgart stock exchange will launch two cryptocurrency index from CoinMarketCap.