The announcement from LCX and LunarCRUSH states the partnership will provide data for better crypto trading and investment decisions.
Listen to article The Liechtenstein Cryptoassets Exchange and social analytics platform LunarCRUSH will be working together to provide crypto market insights on security tokens.
According to a June 29 press release available to Cointelegraph, the two firms have taken the first steps to form a partnership which will provide crypto market insights for security tokens and other compliant digital assets.
LCX and LunarCRUSH will be combining their talents "To deliver community insights, research, background information, historical and real-time market data to crypto investors and traders." The announcement stated the partnership will help provide data for better crypto trading and investment decisions.
Among the metrics LCX says will be available to its users are price, social media data, volume, engagement and quantitative sentiment analysis.
The partnership comes after LunarCRUSH listed the LCX token on the platform's market insights tool.
LCX is based in crypto-friendly Liechtenstein, which has attracted other companies with its clear regulations on digital currencies and blockchain technology, including crypto exchange Bittrex.
LCX and LunarCRUSH Partner to Provide Crypto Market Insights
gepubliceerd op Jun 30, 2020
by Cointele | gepubliceerd op Coinage
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