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MoonX Releases Super-Fast Trading Technology in UK

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MoonX has released its trading technology in the UK, offering software and hardware systems, including blockchain technology, to exchanges, brokerages, hedge funds, financial institutions and traders. It claims the world’s fastest exchange software, matching 25 million transactions per second and processing one order in 6 nano seconds, with processing speed delivered by patent pending matching engine technology that produces computational and processing speed advantages the company says have never previously been achieved. The exchange is built with enterprise-grade security, is hosted on physical servers, and uses AI, facial and mood recognition technology to exceed two-factor authentication.

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