FactSet integrates CCData’s vast digital asset data suite into its analytics platform

Rick Steves

CCData is known for its institutional-grade digital asset data suite, encompassing trade, derivative, and order book data across hundreds of exchanges and over 300,000 currency pairs.

FactSet, a renowned global financial digital platform and enterprise solutions provider, has entered into a strategic collaboration with digital asset data and index solutions provider CCData.

This partnership aims to bolster its digital financial offerings, responding to the surging demand for high-quality digital asset data in the financial sector.

Meeting the demand for premium digital asset data

CCData is known for its institutional-grade digital asset data suite, encompassing trade, derivative, and order book data across hundreds of exchanges and over 300,000 currency pairs.

These comprehensive datasets are now accessible through FactSet’s market-leading data and analytics platform. The integration harnesses CCData’s proprietary aggregate pricing methodology, ensuring traders have access to precise and reliable digital asset prices.

Alissa Ostrove, Chief of Staff at CCData, stressed the importance of providing market participants with accurate and dependable data as they navigate the evolving digital asset markets. She expressed confidence that the integration with FactSet’s renowned analytics platform will enable a wider user base to access CCData’s institutional-grade digital asset data and insights.

Michael Bauch, Content Manager for Global Market Data at FactSet, noted how this collaboration broadens FactSet’s range of digital asset data, catering to the crypto asset sector—a promising and rapidly growing area within finance.

The collaboration between FactSet and CCData not only addresses the growing demand for digital asset data but also reinforces their commitment to providing financial professionals with the tools and information needed to navigate the dynamic world of digital assets.

This partnership marks a significant step in delivering high-quality data solutions to the financial industry, as digital assets continue to gain prominence in the global financial landscape.

Refinitiv added CCData’s L2 Order Book data

Earlier this year, CCData announced the addition of its Level 2 (L2) Order Book data on Refinitiv’s Data Platforms with the most complete, in-depth, granular liquidity data covering up to 99.8% of the industry.

Level 2 (L2) Order Bood is CCData’s comprehensive collection of outstanding buy and sell orders for an asset. This expanded dataset joins CCData’s existing suite of offerings on Refinitiv’s platform which includes real-time and historical aggregated market data as well as full trading data from various licensed exchanges.

CCData’s order book snapshots are constructed once per minute per exchange to deliver highly reliable and granular data sets. The firm takes the maximum depth possible on both bid and ask sides to synthesize full order book snapshots for any integrated exchange.

CCData provides multiple order book metrics, including slippage, spread, and depth powered by its automatic order book calculator. All metrics are calculated at precise and widely-distributed percentage intervals to provide insight into digital asset markets.

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