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AI is changing this industry. Now what? Blockchain,Blog,Commentary,CryptoMarkets,Feature,Fintech

I spent last week listening to experts in artificial intelligence talk about what AI can and will bring to the markets and the broader world.   What is patently clear is that AI is here now and is only going to expand. As Jay Biondo, product manager, surveillance at Trading Technologies told me, it’s everywhere already – from Amazon’s Echo (usually called Alexa) to Netflix’s suggested picks. It’s part of Charles Schwab’s brokerage service which will allow its brokers to service thousands instead of hundreds of customers, according to Jack Boyle, vice president derivatives & trading support at Charles Schwab,…

TT’s Biondo Says AI Can Tackle Spoofing And More Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

It’s been eight months since Trading Technologies purchased AI-driven regulatory software firm Neurensic. Since then the firm has integrated the software into the TT platform and rebranded the service as TT Score. Jay Biondo, product manager, surveillance at Trading Technologies, spoke with John Lothian News at the FIA IDX 2018 conference about how the technology can be adapted to multiple market users from trading firms to regulators. The software is designed to find and alert firms of trading patterns that may be questionable or potentially illegal. Biondo said the firm is looking to ramp up alerting with a method called…

Shortwave trading; Robinhood’s $2b a day options biz; Mammoth bond wager Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight A little-known business at Robinhood has exploded, and now it’s launching a service to go after the most serious traders Frank Chaparro – Business Insider Prime (SUBSCRIPTION) Robinhood’s options-trading business is exploding, according to Chris O’Neil, a product manager at the California broker. Now the firm, which says it has seen $2 billion in options-trading volumes since launch, is upping the ante with the rollout of multileg options. The move shows the company is seriously going after the business of more experienced traders, says Devin Ryan, an analyst at JMP Securities /goo.gl/C2CX83 ****SD: First of all, not…

Revamping Nasdaq’s Tech Approach – Lars Ottersgård, Nasdaq Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

After Adena Friedman became Nasdaq’s CEO at the end of 2016, the exchange group’s management team evaluated where would be best to invest moving forward. One decision out of that process was to shift to becoming more of a fully integrated, cloud-enabled managed services provider. The plan came together in 2017. 2018 is the year for execution. In this video from JLN’s annual series with industry leaders, Nasdaq’s EVP and Head of Market Technology Lars Ottersgård talks about machine learning, data governance, parimutuel technology and cloud computing. Produced by Mike Forrester Interview by Spencer Doar

Myths and Misconceptions Surrounding Artificial Intelligence MWEd,Mwiki,Video,video

“We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done.” -Alan Turing in 1950’s seminal “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” While it feels like only recently that company after company, in industry after industry, has started deploying some variety of “machine learning” or “deep learning” or “artificial intelligence” in their marketing materials and new initiatives, technologists and academics have been talking about the field for decades. But with this recent proliferation of use cases comes the unavoidable confusion over what the terms actually mean in practice. Is there a black box with…

How AI Will Invade Every Corner of Wall Street; Brussels ends Mifid fears with US derivatives trading ruling John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff Mutual Admiration Society member Steve Grob has a blog post titled “Bitcoin futures – the best idea ever?“~JJL Lanre Sarumi, the CEO of Level Trading Field, is chumming the bitcoin waters with a blog post on Coindesk.com titled “Bitcoin Futures: Make Way for a New Kind of Whale.~JJL According to Coindesk’s State of Blockchain Q3 2017 report, the top five best performing cryptocurrencies of the quarter (through 9/30) were Pura (return of 2666 percent), NoLimitCoin (return of 1334 percent), Triggers (return of 856 percent) Rise (return of 771 percent) and AdEx (return…

Trump to tap Powell for Fed; UK fintechs eating banks marketshare; Regulators warning about robots John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff Congratulations to CME Group employees who supported October Pink for a Purpose campaign. Their efforts brought in more than $50,000. When you include CME’s corporate donations, more than $175,000 will go to @BeBrightPink and more than $16,000 will go to @CR_UK for the early detection, prevention and research for breast and ovarian cancer.~JJL The Treasury released its report on year-end 2016 U.S. portfolio holdings of foreign securities.. The largest holdings of foreign securities by country were the Cayman Islands with $1.37 trillion, the United Kingdom with $1.20 trillion, Japan with $854 billion…

We All Love Data: Barchart’s Latest Move Continues The Trend Of Firms Pushing Further Into The Data Space Commentary,Feature

It’s all in the data. Yesterday’s announcement from Barchart about its new commodities data offering, called cmdty, is part of the drumbeat of new products and services that are designed to bring something new to the market participants they serve. “We want to differentiate ourselves,” said Keith Petersen, head of strategy at  Barchart. “Aggregating and compiling new data sets and cleaning them so people don’t have to do that themselves and distributing that to them in easy-to-use formats, that’s our value-add.” In many ways, this is only the beginning for data. In Barchart’s case,  the cmdty product’s focus is on…

How AI Is Reshaping ISVs: TT’s Rick Lane Looks at AI for Everything from Compliance to Finding Trading Opportunities Blog,Feature,Fintech,Interview

Trading Technologies announced yesterday the acquisition of Neurensic, an artificial intelligence regulation and compliance firm (terms were not disclosed). The deal brings Neurensic’s AI technology into TT and provides a new compliance platform for the firm. But the potential for the technology goes well beyond that. TT’s CEO Rick Lane spoke with JLN’s Jim Kharouf about where this technology is going next. Q: When you look at the AI/machine learning space, where is this industry going and where does it fit in for TT? A: Now we have another tool in our toolbelt. We’ve been providing a new, unprecedented level…