In line with ICE data Services recent official ‘tweet‘, the ICE [Intercontinental Exchange] has announced its partnered with major international blockchain firm named ‘Blockstream’ to launch its Cryptocurrency Data Feed product.
‘Launched‘ earlier in year 2000 in U. S., the ICE is an international company that owns exchanges for monetary goods markets and is presently operates 23 different international exchanges, along with NYSE [New York Stock Exchange].
As per the ‘announcement‘, ICE’s new crypto services permits real time and historical information for around more than 60 cryptocurrencies from major commerce markets and exchanges operational worldwide.
Blockstream has ‘launched‘ the new product under the name “Crypto Feed V3” on its Twitter, claiming that the updated service currently includes additional 30 venues across over four hundred crypto and fiat commerce pairs.
Explaining further, the corporate added:
“The new partnership intends to offer international investors with a comprehensive tool to monitor information for the foremost actively and widely listed cryptocurrencies.”
The Crypto ‘data Feed‘ includes variety of crypto market monitoring services like price discovery, historical data and full-depth market information by price and by venue insight, along with round-the-market summary as well as a calculated accumulated volume, VWAP [Volume of weighted average Price] and others.
Moreover, the new service is backed by ICE’s SFTI [Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure] tool, that claims to eliminate downtime for investors and alter immediate notifications just in case of an emergency.
ICE had antecedently revealed its plans to ‘launch‘ Bakkt, regulated, international ecosystem for digital assets, earlier in Aug. 2018.
As reported earlier in 2018, ICE announced an update to the launch timeline for Bakkt, that had antecedently been targeted for 24th Jan.’s launch date — in accordance with consultation with the CFTC [Commodity And Futures Trading Commission].
Just earlier, Bakkt ‘declared‘ that they’re hiring for several key positions, majorly trying to find developers at the director and senior levels.