trueDigital Holdings, LLC, a global provider of financial infrastructure technologies and products for the digital economy, announced on Monday it has signed new distribution deals with Kaiko and Inca Digital Securities (Inca) to expand distribution of its over-the-counter (OTC) reference rates for Bitcoin and Ether to investors worldwide.
trueDigital reported its OTC reference rates provide a trusted source of pricing for the trading and valuation of digital assets. Rates are derived from the bid and offer prices of 12 institutional market-maker partners and are verified to ensure the executability and integrity of prices, safeguarding against market manipulation. Through the strategic partnership, Kaiko, a provider of institutional-grade cryptocurrency market data, and Inca, a digital asset analytics, consulting and technology firm, will now offer these OTC reference rates to their customers, including asset managers and institutions. Inca will also use this data to power new analytics to provide users with institutional-grade pricing data that helps elevate the quality of trading and risk management.
While sharing details about the deals, Nick Goodrich, Director of Business Development at trueDigital, stated;
“These relationships are another meaningful step in the creation of an institutional-grade infrastructure for digital asset trading. trueDigital, Kaiko and Inca are all dedicated to giving institutions the data and tools to make investment decisions with the same clarity and confidence that they would with any other asset class. We’re excited by the potential for these and future strategic partnerships, especially those with major financial data providers, to help broaden the global reach of our reference rates.”
Ambre Soubiran, CEO of Kaiko, added:
“Kaiko is proud to be working with trueDigital to distribute OTC data through our market data distribution channels. Kaiko’s mission is to build the data distribution infrastructure for institutional involvement in the cryptoassets industry. Our partnership with trueDigital will further this mission while also promoting much-needed data transparency.”