(Bloomberg) -- Nasdaq Inc. is lending its market technology to the sports-betting industry, allowing users to get in and out of wagers the same way they trade stocks. Fintech company Sporttrade Inc. will use software from New York-based Nasdaq to oversee its sports betting and trading platform, the companies said in a statement Tuesday. The cloud-based software, used by 2,300 companies across the finance industry, will help monitor sports bets to identify irregularities and unusual trading behav
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