Frankfurt School Blockchain Center and Kaiko enter into a partnership

Frankfurt am Main — September 13, 2022 — Frankfurt School Blockchain Center enters into a partnership with Kaiko, who is the leading source of cryptocurrency market data, providing businesses with industrial grade and regulatory compliant data.

The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center is a think tank and research center which investigates implications of the blockchain technology, crypto assets and distributed ledger technology (DLT) for companies and their business models. The partnership will bundle academic as well as practical insights into DLT technology in the banking and finance world in order to be able to offer even better services.

Kaiko empowers market participants with global connectivity to real time and historical data feeds across the world’s leading centralized and decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges. Kaiko’s proprietary products are built to empower financial institutions and cryptocurrency businesses with solutions ranging from portfolio valuation to strategy backtesting, performance reporting, charting, analysis, indices, pre- and post-trade.

Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Head of FSBC, commented on the partnership: “As the crypto market faces high volatility and price fluctuations, there is a high demand for consolidated data from centralized and decentralized exchanges to develop useful crypto investment strategies. We are excited about our newly entered collaboration with Kaiko. It provides us with an excellent database for our business and research projects.”

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