As a global data provider, Kaiko covers more than 100 cryptocurrency exchanges, giving them a unique consolidated view of the market. Their ranking leverages six categories for attributing scores to each exchange: legal & compliance, infrastructure, security, liquidity, data quality, and technology.
The full ranking comprises dozens of individual attributes across the six categories to develop a detailed and nuanced score for each exchange, updated every six months in June and December. The first iteration covers a selection of centralized exchanges, but later iterations will cover decentralized and derivatives exchanges.
“Our comprehensive exchange ranking is designed to dissipate the opacity surrounding cryptocurrency exchanges and enhance the availability of transparent information for all market participants. The ranking will be used as a key building block for designing reference rates and benchmark indices with vetted and reliable data sources.” said Kaiko CEO Ambre Soubiran.
Kaiko’s exchange ranking is freely accessible on their website, along with a methodology guide detailing how both Kaiko Exchange Scores and Kaiko Exchange Ranks are derived. The ranking can also be licensed for use within commercial products.
Contact us at [email protected] to learn more about licensing the Kaiko Exchange Ranking or visit www.kaiko.com/pages/exchange-ranking.
Media contact: Mathieu Jalvé, [email protected]
Kaiko is the leading cryptocurrency market data provider for institutional investors and enterprises. We empower market participants with accurate, transparent, and actionable financial data to be leveraged for a range of market activities. Kaiko’s mission is to be the foundation of the new digital finance economy by serving as a single source for market information from both centralized and decentralized marketplaces. For each of our enterprise clients, we build custom data plans designed for trading, valuation, research, integrations, indices and more. Contact us to get started today.
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