Amberdata Joins Symphony Partner Ecosystem, Launching Crypto Bot at Innovate New York
Amberdata Inc., the leading blockchain and cryptoasset market data company, released Symphony Crypto chatbot at Innovate New York 2019. Symphony Communication Services, LLC and its partner program empowers a growing ecosystem of best-of-breed technology available directly within its collaboration and workflow platform.
As the cryptoasset market is maturing and the industry user base is growing, customers are looking to traditional financial institutions to provide access to this asset class. For Symphony customers, the Crypto bot provides easy access to real-time market data for over 2,600 tradable cryptoassets across the top 17 exchanges and enables the integration of cryptoasset trading into their existing workflow.
“Amberdata is defining the Cryptoeconomics data provider category,” says Shawn Douglass, CEO of Amberdata. “We are excited to join Symphony’s growing ecosystem and bring quality cryptoasset data to its 425,000 users across 400 financial institutions. Especially with the cryptoasset derivative market evolving, I believe we are reducing friction for institutional participation in this new asset class.”
Amberdata is the leading data company for blockchain and cryptoasset market data. Combining validated blockchain and crypto market data from the top exchanges into a unified platform and API, Amberdata enables customers to build data-powered applications to develop and maintain an edge over their competition. Amberdata was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA.
Symphony offers a secure team collaboration platform that transforms the way users communicate effectively and securely with a single workflow application. Forging a new path in the industry, Symphony is designed to help individuals, teams, and organizations of all sizes improve productivity while meeting complex data security and regulatory compliance needs. Symphony was founded in October 2014 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, with offices in Hong Kong, London, New York, Paris, Singapore, Sophia-Antipolis, Stockholm, and Tokyo.