HUOBI 10 INDEX Gets Listed On Bloomberg Data Terminal


Huobi HB10 Index, which tracks the top 10 coins traded on the Huobi Pro has been added to the famed Bloomberg Data Terminal. Users of Bloomberg Data Terminal will now have access to HUOBI 10 INDEX launched by Huobi through the service.

The index uses weighted samples to track in real time, the performance of the top 10 cryptocurrencies against Tether (USDT), a cryptocurrency pegged at the price of the dollar. The HB 10 cryptocurrency Index was introduced in May.

The process was described in an official statement. It read:

“Huobi main force has divided digital assets into four main categories: digital asset, platform, application and real asset substitute (of which real asset substitute is not included in the index because it represents the price of real assets). Assets will be ranked according to their turnover, and top assets of each category will be selected as index samples. After samples are selected, the sample weight will be calculated based on the daily average trading volume of the previous quarter.”

Huobi, currently the third biggest exchange by trading volume also released an exchange-traded fund that uses the HB 10 Index as a benchmark for investors to invest in a variety of cryptocurrencies.

Bloomberg Data terminal was developed by Bloomberg for financial experts to access its market data. The system provides financial news, price quotes trading tools and secure messaging. It currently has over 325 thousand subscribers. Bloomberg terminal will feature the trading data of the cryptocurrencies against USDT; The cryptocurrencies include bitcoin, ethereum, bitcoin cash, litecoin, ethereum classic, Ripple (XRP), dash (DASH), zcash, and EOS.

Solomon Sunny is the market reporter for Smartereum, one of the global leaders in Ethereum, blockchain and currency news. He produces technical price updates on digital currencies and writes recent developments about blockchain.


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