Dash Plans Redesigned OEMS Release for Q4

Blaze 7 will feature an enhanced, integrated suite for options volatility traders.

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Dash Financial Technologies will release its newly rebuilt front end, dubbed Blaze 7, in Q4 of this year, and it will feature a new volatility trading product suite.

Blaze Classic—or just Blaze, as the Street knows it—is an order execution management system (OEMS) in the options space inherited by Dash during its merger with LiquidPoint in 2017. Dash chief operating officer, Stino Milito, says the company has spent the last couple of years rebuilding the platform to modernize it, make it easier

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