New Pyth Data Provider: Maven Securities

We are delighted to welcome Maven Securities, a leading market maker and proprietary trading firm, to the Pyth network. Maven will be publishing real-time prices for digital assets to the network and work towards establishing increasingly reliable and stable data.

Who is Maven?

  • Maven Securities was founded in 2011 and now employs over 250 people worldwide from New York, London, Amsterdam, to Sydney and Hong Kong.
  • Maven holds memberships on a number of global exchanges including Eurex, Euronext Amsterdam, Euronext Paris, The Intercontinental Exchange, The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Borsa Italiana, Singapore Exchange Membership, The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Futures Exchange.
  • Maven implements both fundamental and quantitative trading strategies derived from its multi-strategy hedge fund & provides liquidity across global financial markets, from its various synergistic business units.
  • Maven channels the advances in computer learning, processing power, and network capacity into streamlining and improving all aspects of the trading operation.

Cagdas Yalcin, Head of Digital Assets at Maven commented: “Maven is excited to be joining Pyth and the contribution it will bring to build a scalable, robust price oracle to financial markets and blockchain ecosystems”.

We look forward to further coordinating with many amazing partners to establish a digital marketplace of institutional grade, high-fidelity financial data, and power any financial dApps regardless of their blockchain base. If this is you, apply here.

Maven Securities website: https://www.mavensecurities.com/

Pyth network: https://pyth.network/

We can’t wait to hear what you think! Feel free to join us on the Pyth Discord server. Follow Pyth on Twitter and Telegram to learn more, and ask us any questions.

Discover all other Pyth network data publishers here.

Learn more about the application process to become a premier data provider on the Pyth network here.

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