Thomson Reuters Launches Real Time Rates for Six Cryptocurrencies

The statement comes following a new Thomson Reuters survey found that cryptocurrency trading from financial companies is likely increase this year. Approximately 20 percent of 400 finance companies participating in the study are thinking about entering trading crypto assets within 12 months. That usually means that one in every five of the undisclosed businesses plans to establish direct contact with cryptocurrencies from 2018.

“As the planet’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Bitflyer has made efforts to ease the maturation of cryptocurrency markets,” stated Yuzo Kano, CEO and also co-founder of the trading platform. He noted Bitflyer is the very first organization to acquire license to trade cryptocurrencies from Japan, the US and Europe. “We’re thrilled to have the ability to offer invaluable data to customers worldwide through Thomson Reuters,” Kano added.

&ldquoWe’re very happy to collaborate with Thomson Reuters from the further enhancement of its own services and hope that our data will get a standard for its cryptocurrency sector as a international cryptocurrency trading exchange,” Oda said.