Cryptocurrency Exchanges Tap Traditional Firms for Market Surveillance

Digital currency exchanges are using established market surveillance services in a move that steps closer to institutional-level infrastructure.


Cryptocurrency exchanges are attempting to inspire confidence among institutional investors by taking surveillance software from traditional markets firms.

The latest crypto exchange to look to more established market surveillance platforms is Goldman Sachs-backed Circle, which announced a partnership with Nice Actimize in early March. This move follows similar steps by Gemini, a crypto exchange founded by the Winklevoss brothers, which last year tapped Nasdaq’s Smarts market surveillance

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