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Global Order Book Crossing (GOBC)

Global Order Book Crossing (GOBC) is a subset of the global order book that contains only bids and asks crossing each other. It shows all quotes and liquidity that exit inside the global bid-ask crossing region. It helps efficiently exploit market inefficiency, build risk-free and statistical global arbitrary, and improve the quality of order executions. As a default, GOBC returns the full depths of the global bid-ask crossing region. Returned depths can be controlled by "bid depth" and "ask depth" API and API+ options (please see "Advanced Examples" below).

GOBC is published through realtime "push" streaming feeds/channels. Currently, GOBCs are updated every 15 seconds for the following currency pairs in the current beta. The update time interval and currency pairs are carefully selected based on demands and use statistics on current ExxaBlock products and services. If you are interested in other currency pairs and shorter update intervals, please contact ExxaBlock.

​​ECX-100:E1 (Global Order Book Crossing) : Bid-Ask crossing section in the global order books for a given currency pair

The APIs include real time streaming API and cache API. The direct access supports low-latency, constant-jitter connectivity, and high-throughput I/O computation. Through dedicated or shared connections to the servers, customers can perform time-sensitive and/or high-throughput computational tasks. Concise Binary Object Representation (CBOR) is used to minimize the network communication overhead caused by message encoding, decoding, and transmission.

ECX-100 is available on public clouds, private clouds, and customer on-premise data centers.

​To view our real time streaming quotes view the link below:

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