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The Gemini marketplace conducts auctions for certain trading pairs every day (including weekends and holidays), which foster moments of elevated liquidity and price discovery. The Auction file contains the auction-only order book for the 4pm ET BTCUSD, ETHUSD, or ZECUSD auction on the Gemini exchange on weekdays (non-NYSE holidays).


The auction-only order book supports both market and limit orders. These orders rest on the auction-only book until the auction runs. Auction-only orders may be placed up until the auction runs but may not be cancelled after the final indicative price is published at 3:50pm ET


Only auction-only orders that were explicitly accepted to the book show up in this file. Orders that were placed but rejected due to insufficient funds or self-cross do not show up in this file. There is not an explicit close event portrayed in this file. An auction-only order is closed and off the books when that order id is either cancelled or filled with no quantity remaining. Fill events are portrayed as a single rows for each order filled during the auction; both continuous book and auction book orders may be filled. Auction-only orders are distinguished by the Execution Option value auction-only.


Availability dates:
Gemini launched the 4pm ET BTCUSD auction on 21 September 2016.
Gemini launched the 4pm ET ETHUSD auction on 28 July 2017.
Gemini launched the 4pm ET ZECUSD auction on 22 May 2018

Order Book data on cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum recorded by Gemini, a digital asset exchange. The offering shows open orders at the beginning of the day, orders placed, filled, and canceled during the day and are distinguished by the Event Type field. A filter to only receive the Fill events is also available. Auction data is not included. The currency pair symbols are formatted as CCY1CCY2 where prices are in CCY2 and quantities are in CCY1, the following pairs are supported:

Currency Pair Quantity currency Price currency
BTCUSD BTC USD
ETHUSD ETH USD
ETHBTC ETH BTC
ZECUSD ZEC USD
ZECBTC ZEC BTC
ZECETH ZEC ETH
Cboe LiveVol Implied Volatility Blends capture term structure and solve for expiration-specific and constant maturity implied volatilities encapsulated within the range of option expirations. Capturing the constant maturity volatilities helps traders visualize and track the behavior of volatility over time providing context to current market implied volatility. To build out our volatility blends we first solve for the at-the-money volatility of each expiration to capture the term-structure of the volatility. Next, using a cubic spline approach, we fit a curve to the term-structure. Using the fitted curve, we solve for the constant maturity (IV30, IV60, IV90, etc.) time periods offered in the file. *Constant maturity times that fall outside the range of expirations available for a particular symbol will be zero. This dataset is only available with end of day granularity.
Open-Close data is a volume summary file of trading activity on the Cboe C1 exchange (does not include activity from C2, BZX, or EDGX) that summarizes the volume (contracts traded) by origin (customer and firm orders only), original order size and the opening or closing position of the order. The Open-Close volume is further broken into categories of buy/sell, open/close and order size "buckets". The data for all Cboe (C1) securities goes back to 1990 and contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume. The Open-Close data is available as a data download by individual underlying symbols, or as a daily update that includes all Cboe (C1) traded options for the previous trade day's data going forward, and as bulk data that includes all Cboe (C1) traded securities for the time frame chosen. Click here for Open-Close pricing.

*The Cboe Options Exchange (C1) will be migrating to Bats technology and is targeted for October 7, 2019. The C1 Open-Close file specification will change when the migration is completed, to see file specification for the before and after, please click here.
Volatility skew data allows users to analyze relative option pricing levels over time series by comparing “virtual” option strikes with identical time to maturity and levels relative to spot. Our Volatility Skew files show the implied volatility levels of virtual options expiring at constant maturities, with option strikes defined by either moneyness (% from spot) or by option delta. These files allow for more appropriate comparison of implied volatility levels over time. LiveVol volatility skew data is provided with either moneyness increments (5% steps from spot from 0-60%, with additional values at 2.5% from spot) or delta increments (5 delta increments for both calls and puts). Standard maturity periods range from 30 to 360 calendar days. An auxiliary set of skew index data will be provided with each purchase. Skew indexes represent a measure of option skew by symbol and maturity for a particular day. Delta skew data is used to generate the skew index metrics: for example, SKEW90 represents the (IV of 25 delta put – IV of 25 delta call)/(50 delta call IV) for virtual options expiring in 90 days.
Multicast PITCH provides a history of real-time depth of book quotations and execution information with nearly half the latency of TCP PITCH and 20% fewer PITCH events. This is achieved by using binary messages (PITCH 2.0).
The Cboe Europe Trades and Quotes Files are a historical record of the PITCH feed depth of book quotations and execution information. It is the most granular historical record offered on trade and quote level data on Cboe Europe.
Open-Close data is a volume summary file for trading activity on the C2 exchange. It summarizes and buckets the volume by origin (customer, professional customer, broker-dealer, and market maker), buying/selling, and opening/closing criteria. The customer and professional customer volume is further broken down into trade size buckets (less than 100 contracts, 100-199 contracts, greater than 199 contracts). Data for subscriptions begin on the first trade date from the order date. Historical backfills may be purchased separately; data currently goes back to 1/2/2018 and contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume.
Open-Close data is a volume summary file for trading activity on the BZX exchange. It summarizes and buckets the volume by origin (customer, professional customer, broker-dealer, and market maker), buying/selling, and opening/closing criteria. The customer and professional customer volume is further broken down into trade size buckets (less than 100 contracts, 100-199 contracts, greater than 199 contracts). Data for subscriptions begin on the first trade date from the order date. Historical backfills may be purchased separately; data currently goes back to 1/2/2018 and contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume.
Open-Close data is a volume summary file for trading activity on the EDGX exchange. It summarizes and buckets the volume by origin (customer, professional customer, broker-dealer, and market maker), buying/selling, and opening/closing criteria. The customer and professional customer volume is further broken down into trade size buckets (less than 100 contracts, 100-199 contracts, greater than 199 contracts). Data for subscriptions begin on the first trade date from the order date. Historical backfills may be purchased separately; data currently goes back to 1/2/2018 and contains all series in an underlying security's chain-if it has volume.