The Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has partnered with significant international blockchain firm Blockstream to launch its Cryptocurrency Data Feed product, as ICE Data Services tweeted on Jan. 24.
Launched at 2000 at the United States, the Intercontinental Exchange is a worldwide firm that owns markets for financial product markets and operates 23 international markets, such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
According to the announcement, ICE's new crypto data service enables real-time and historical data for more than 60 cryptocurrencies from major trading markets and trades worldwide.
Blockstream has introduced the product under the name"Crypto Feed V3" on its Twitter, asserting the updated service today includes more than 30 places around over 400 crypto and fiat trading pairs.
The new venture intends to give international investors with a comprehensive instrument to monitor information for the most actively and widely traded cryptocurrencies, the company wrote.
Even the Cryptocurrency Data Feed comprises quite a few crypto market tracking services like price discovery, historical data and full-depth marketplace by cost and by venue insight, in addition to round-the-clock market overview including a calculated gathered volume, the quantity of weighted average price (VWAP) along with others.
Moreover, the new service is endorsed by ICE's Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure (SFTI) instrument, that claims to eliminate downtime for investors and enable prompt notifications in the event of an emergency.
ICE had announced its own plans to launch Bakkt, controlled, international ecosystem for electronic assets, in August 2018.
As reported on Dec. 31, 2018, ICE published an upgrade to the launching timeline for Bakkt -- that had formerly been a targeted Jan. 24 launch date in accordance with consultation with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).
Recently, Bakkt has declared they are hiring for a number of key positions at the business, mostly looking for developers at manager and senior levels. Previously in mid-January, Bakkt had acquired particular resources in futures commission merchant Rosenthal Collins Group.