Kaiko, the leading cryptocurrency market data provider for institutional investors and corporates, today announces the launch of its decentralized (DEX) liquidity pool data feed. This move, which includes Uniswap, SushiSwap, Curve Finance and Balancer, brings much-needed transparency to DEX liquidity pools for institutional investors
investors and financial institutions.
Today’s announcement follows the launch of Kaiko’s DEX data feed in November 2021, which also covers trading data for the four major DEX exchanges. Kaiko will now display comprehensive liquidity data across the spectrum of digital financial markets, both historical and real-time, from the same endpoints. This gives Kaiko’s clients insight into all DEX liquidity pools.
Decentralized exchanges are a crucial part of the DeFi economy with a combined value of more than $20 billion (TVL) in token reserves. Previously, access to standardized liquidity pool transactions and token reserves was limited across multiple DEXs. Kaiko’s liquidity pool data now enables financial institutions and corporations to easily analyze liquidity provider activity and liquidity pool market depth, arming investors with the information they need to understand the market.
Kaiko’s involvement in the DeFi space has increased in recent months to facilitate the transition of financial institutions to blockchain. Kaiko is a first-party data provider for large oracles, but is also an Ethereum node operator. With a strong roadmap, Kaiko will continue to develop products to meet investor demand for DeFi market data.
said Ambre Soubiran, CEO of Kaiko: “We are pleased to have introduced data coverage of the DEX liquidity pools. It is our mission to increase data transparency, reliability and integrity in the digital financial markets. Kaiko has become a reference for institutional DeFi market data; With today’s announcement, we hope to empower institutional investors to make more efficient allocation decisions.”
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