As the time from an input being processed to the corresponding output emerging approaches zero, low-latency trading approaches real-time trading. Only recently, latency was measured in three digits-typically from 250 to 500 milliseconds.
Today, latency is measured in one or two digits. But, as latency approaches zero, the speed of light becomes important. For data to complete a 150 km roundtrip takes a minimum of one millisecond. Thus, trading competition is a race for speed and proximity. In Lo
Anthony and James talk about how regulators in the US are falling behind other nations' regulators, the lack of talk about Reg AT, and an SRO for cryptocurrencies.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails