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The official blog of Trading Technologies, your source for professional futures trading software.

Just over a year ago, we acquired AI surveillance startup Neurensic, which led to our TT® Score trade surveillance and compliance offering. TT Score helps our users stay fully compliant with market regulations by leveraging machine learning to identify trading behavior that might prompt regulatory inquiries. The move into technology for trade surveillance and regulatory compliance has been a fascinating one for us—and it has provided us with an even greater appreciation for regulatory organizations such as NFA.

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As shared last week, I had the chance to contribute to Jessica Darmoni’s year-end blog series for Hehmeyer Trading + Investments, which offered a review of 2018 crypto trends and a crypto outlook for 2019. I especially believe that adoption as a payment solution is key for widespread belief in crypto assets. Please read the post below to see our entire 2019 watch list!

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Without a doubt, 2018 was a year of contrasts for crypto. Optimism and new employment ran high for cryptocurrency businesses, but the price did nothing but head south and disappoint many.

I had the chance to contribute to Jessica Darmoni’s year-end blog series for Hehmeyer Trading + Investments, which offers a review of 2018 and an outlook for 2019. Read on for the full year-end post, and check back next week for the forward-looking follow-up here on Trade Talk!

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At this year’s FIA Expo, we made the exciting announcement that we are launching a full service order management system called TT®  OMS. For years now, we have been describing at length how the TT platform has re-imagined and redefined what a professional trading system is capable of. Offering a full-service OMS allows us to deploy our disruptive technology to provide a very compelling alternative to a segment of customers in need of a trustworthy partner who can deliver the level of service for which TT is known.

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