Football Index have confirmed that they are to begin a partnership with industry leading trading technology giants, Nasdaq.
The move has been mooted for quite some time by Football Index via CEO Adam Cole and now the partnership has been made official.
In a statement released on 25 July 2019 on Nasdaq's website they stated: “As part of the Nasdaq Financial Framework, Football Index will join a growing list of new markets outside of financial services that are relying on Nasdaq’s marketplace technology to accelerate their business growth and enhance the client experience.”
In terms of Football Index and what traders can look forward to, we think the key here is platform stability. As we've seen recently with issues relating to the release of IPO's and an overload of traders causing site downtime, using the Nasdaq infrastructure should completely remove all of these problems.
As stated by Football Index in their news article, this will also make the transition to order books a much simpler and reliable process.
To celebrate the partnership, Nasdaq and Football Index were in full focus on Times Square, New York with a series of advertisements showing on the famous big screens as seen below.
This is yet another step in the right direction for Football Index as they push forward as a company and shows the great strides they are making. The recent sponsorship deal with Nottingham Forest being another huge indicator of just how big and mature Football Index is now getting.
Agreeing another high profile link up with industry leaders Nasdaq should further enhance Football Index's reputation and increase their profile amongst the wider trading community. More traders equals a more fluid and dynamic market, which in turn delivers more and more opportunities for growth overall in trader's portfolios.
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