Spot the difference: Why crypto data can’t be treated like traditional market data

As institutional participation in cryptocurrency markets increases, traditional data vendors and new specialist crypto data providers are taking different approaches to supplying necessary data to financial firms.

Ambre Soubiran took a personal interest in blockchain technology before she made a career move into the space.

Soubiran, who worked in equity derivatives for 10 years at HSBC, describes her former industry of traditional finance as “highly standardized,” but she was often frustrated by manual processes in the middle and back offices that were still not automated. “The way traditional finance operates today is pretty much a digitized version of the old paper trading way,” Soubiran says. “There

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Tick History – Query: Looking back to the future

The advantages of cloud-based services is well documented, from reduced upfront and ongoing operating and infrastructure costs to improved time-to-market for new services and datasets. Here, Tim Anderson, LSEG explains how the benefits of the service…

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