What is LiveX?
LiveX is one of the most advanced trading simulations currently available. Created by a dedicated team of German researchers with intense practical experience, LiveX offers unparalleled realism.
LiveX is a versatile product: From basic simulations applying a single market model to complex setups with fragmented markets and different market models such as continuous trading, auctions and dark pools.
We ship LiveX in different versions in order to meet the distinct requirements of our international client base:
LiveX Classic is our fully featured flagship product, which can be used in advanced research settings as well as for sophisticated training purposes. It is most suitable for usage in universities, corporations and regulatory institutions which require a high level of realism.
- Focus on realism
- Fully fledged feature set
LiveX Touch is our solution for casual use cases and is specifically designed with a focus on ease of use. It offers a reduced amount of features as well as touchscreen compatibility. It is most suitable in settings which require a fast onboarding of users. For example, entrance halls, museums, and exhibitions.
- Focus on ease of use
- Reduced feature set and touch functionality
LiveX Light helps to understand each step of the order matching process in an electronic order book of a financial market. LiveX Light is a browser based solution. You can start LiveX Light here.
- Focus on novice traders and students
- Basic feature set and functionality
We serve top institutions
LiveX is used by corporate, academic and regulatory institutions.
Who we are
Our team combines academic and practical experience in trading and financial markets.
Prof. Dr. Peter GomberChair of e-Finance
Prof. Gomber holds the Chair of e-Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Business Adminstration of Goethe University Frankfurt and is Co-Chair and member of the Board of the E-Finance Lab.
Previously he headed the Market Development Cash Market Division of Deutsche Börse AG. He is a member of the Exchange Council of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the Academic Commitee of the Deutsches Aktieninstitut and the ESMA Consultative Working Group.
Dr. Mykhailo SaienkoSoftware Development
Dr. Saienko was a research assistant at the Faculty of Mathematics of Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena.
After graduation, he gained practical experience as a database, C++, and Java developer in consulting, the financial industry, and education. Currently, he is working at Hyundai Mobis as Computer Vision Engineer.
He holds a Diplom in Business Administration from the University of Passau as well as a doctoral degree in Mathematics from Goethe University Frankfurt.
Tino CestonaroBusiness Development
Tino Cestonaro is a research assistant at the Chair of e-Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of Goethe University Frankfurt.
Besides his studies, he gained professional experience while working in the academic and financial sector.
He received his Master in Business Administration from the Goethe University and a Bachelor in Economics from the University of Gießen.