CryptoCompare to Provide Data for Nasdaq and VanEck Crypto Futures Venture

CryptoCompare will provide data for a series of digital asset futures contracts and is launching a free API service.


CryptoCompare is providing data for a series of digital asset futures contracts from Nasdaq and MV Index Solutions (MVIS), a subsidiary of investment management firm VanEck. 

VanEck’s director of digital asset strategy, Gabor Gurbacs, announced at a conference in late November that MVIS and VanEck would collaborate on an array of new cryptocurrency financial products, specifying that the plan is for an early 2019 release for the futures contracts. MVIS managing director Thomas Kettner says

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