New York, July 12, 2018 AlphaPoint, the global financial technology company that helps institutions make illiquid assets liquid with blockchain technology, has been voted as the “Best DistributedLedger Technology Provider” by the 2018 Waters Rankings, an annual customer survey on technology providers.
AlphaPoint was recognized for its AlphaPoint Distributed Ledger PlatformTM (ADLP), the marketleading blockchain digitization and trading platform. ADLP enables firms to digitize financial instruments, create trading venues for those instruments, and manage pretrade and posttrade workflows in concert with existing tooling and infrastructure. ADLP is the underlying technology for AlphaPoint’s White Label Digital Asset Exchange, AlphaPoint’s Asset Digitization solutions, and AlphaPoint’s Regulated AssetBacked TokenTM framework.
The 16th annual Waters Rankings recognizes the leading providers of financial technology solutions for the investment management industry in areas such as trading, data, compliance, risk management, and connectivity tools. It is the only awards program where the category winners are determined exclusively by technology users’ votes. The “Best DistributedLedger Technology Provider” is a new category this year.
“We are excited to be recognized as the market leader in distributed ledger technology. It is an especially great honor to be a category winner of Waters Rankings, a readers’ choice awards competition. Customers are fundamental to our success and we are humbled by the recognition,” said Salil Donde, AlphaPoint Chief Executive Officer. AlphaPoint and its technology has earned many awards since its founding in 2013, including Water’s 2017 Sell Side Technology Award for Best Infrastructure Provider.
The 2018 Waters Rankings program is hosted by WatersTechnology, which focuses on the data and technology challenges facing capital markets firms, and Waters, a feature driven magazine covering both the business and technology issues of the BuySide Technology and SellSide Technology brands and their respective markets. Its core readers are CTOs and CIOs at major financial trading firms who purchase, specify, create, implement, and use technology to grow revenues and reduce costs at their firms.