Amberdata becomes authorised distributor for CME Group cryptocurrency market data
Amberdata has been named as an authorised redistributor for CME Group’s cryptocurrency futures and options market data.
Connecting to CME Group directly, Amberdata now shows tick-level open interest, trades and tickets across futures and options for BTC and ETH instruments.
This adds to Amberdata’s existing cryptocurrency market data, which includes order books, volume weighted average price, time weighted average price and open, high, low, close and volume (OHLCV) data.
Clients can access the data through WebSocket and REST application programming interfaces, as well as through the Amazon Web Services S3 download. By offering multiple data delivery options, Amberdata says that users will be able to cater to specific business needs. This will allow for effective decision-making, analysis and application development operations, the company adds.
Shawn Douglas, CEO of Amberdata, says: “CME Group is an important part of our comprehensive crypto market data offering, which includes data from over one hundred centralised and decentralised exchanges. Amberdata is a trusted data provider to some of the world’s largest financial institutions, and they expect crypto options and futures data from CME Group. We satisfy that need and earn their trust as an authorised redistributor.”
Giovanni Vicioso, global head of cryptocurrency products at CME Group, comments: “Our deeply liquid Bitcoin and Ether futures are one of the leading sources of price discovery, helping institutions and active traders manage crypto price risk with more choice, precision, and accuracy. We look forward to working with Amberdata as demand for comprehensive crypto economic data continues to grow.”
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