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dxFeed Partners With Optimus Futures To Deliver Market Data To Optimus Flow

Originally published at: https://optimusfutures.com/tradeblog/archives/dxfeed-optimus-flow/%20

dxFeed, a leading provider of data services for the Capital Markets industry, and Optimus Futures have partnered to deliver full market depth and low-latency historical data for the CME, NYMEX, COMEX, CBOT and EUREX exchanges.

dxFeed’s market data and data management solutions is now fully integrated with the Optimus Futures trading platform – Optimus Flow, a combination that provides day traders with a high-standard data for their charts and DOM, along with fast execution.

Optimus Flow’s modern and easy-to-operate trading interface appeals to both beginner and experienced traders alike due to its advanced features and ability to configure custom set-ups and start trading in minutes. Now traders who use order-flow can get accurate data from the exchanges via dxFeed and build methods using the platform’s volume analysis tools.

Optimus Flow is a free platform with sophisticated features not available in other paid platforms that charge for basic order execution and charting.

About dxFeed

dxFeed is a leading provider of data services for the Capital Markets industry and the Best Analytics and Technology Provider, according to Waters Technology 2020 IMD & IRD awards honors.

dxFeed’s primary focus is delivering financial markets information and services to buy-side and sell-side institutions of the global financial industry, specifically to traders, data analysts, quants and portfolio managers.

dxFeed today is

– 6+ million end-users through direct and B2B2C relationships

– 200,000+ simultaneous streaming clients

– 2.5+ million Instruments

Financial data is delivered from a variety of exchanges in North America, Europe and around the world. dxFeed infrastructure spans 6 data centers in the US and EMEA regions with additional worldwide coverage through AWS cloud infrastructure.

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Visit dxFeed.com to learn more.

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