In a digitised world, you can trade a stock or a bond, or maybe even a share of a Pablo Picasso painting, along with thousands of other investors. In fact, digitisation could be the solution to existing problems within the art market, including the lack of market transparency and illiquidity, explains Magnus Almqvist of Exberry: https://tabbforum.com/opinions/the-art-of-exchange-traded-art/.
The carbon trading architecture is backed by Exberry’s cloud-agnostic trading platform which is optimised to process high volumes of data in real-time, at over two million trades per second
With efforts behind the creation of truly global markets for trading carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon credits are poised to become one of the world’s largest assets traded
Exberry, a prominent provider of financial exchanges technology, announced today its building of new industry solutions for financial services companies using Google Cloud and featuring Exberry’s advanced trading capabilities for regulated exchanges.