While institutional investors have made a slow but steady move into the crypto asset space in the last several years, a lack of reliable market data has proven to be an obstacle, causing investment managers to move cautiously as they waited for better insights into market activity and movement. A new analytics solution, Sherlock, will help institutions navigate this market more efficiently.
The crypto asset data market is fragmented across dozens of startup providers, covering different categories of data with varying quality. Sherlock was created to solve this problem by offering a comprehensive solution that includes all relevant data categories in one product, complemented with an easy user interface.
Sherlock allows institutional investors - ranging from crypto-native investors to traditional asset managers – to access data coverage and easy to use, intuitive analytics tools in one central location. Sherlock was developed in FCAT by the Blockchain Incubator team, which conducts blockchain research and builds proofs of concepts around specific use cases for this new asset type. It’s a tangible example of FCAT’s development work, through exploring technology and developing business opportunities.
For more, visit Introducing Sherlock.
Adam Schouela is Head of Blockchain Incubator, FCAT
Kevin Vora is VP, Product Management, FCAT