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Try OpenFIGI (formerly the Bloomberg Global Identifier - BBGID)
You can try the following: Rex by Ben Wu Liquibook by Object Computing JessX by Ecole Centrale de Lille
hmmm, I mad something like this to test market making strategies. I have my code released, if you are interested however the project was made in a day and a half so you may want to improve on it. Here is a video I made to demonstrate it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ka7rSQ2OWIw It links to the source.
You will be looking at an awful lot of work! You won't have enough weekends to finish it. I suggest you open an Interactive Brokers account and use their Trade Workstation (TWS) platform in simulation mode (AKA paper trading). It uses the real market and allows you to trade it with $4M of fake money. I have used it for years to test and validate ...
First, that's a common thing in active hours. Since you are dealing with fx, you should ask Hotspot representative what kind of liquidity are you getting. Usually, if you want to aggress on those crossing prices, you won't be able to. Imagine everybody trying to do arb on that. So, ask Hotspot what kind of liquidity they are sending you.
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