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The cTrader platform has breathed new life into a very stale and stagnant technology chain that has frustrated traders for quite some time, this latest update is a huge step forward in providing traders with the tools they need to be successful.
The creator of the cTrader trading platform Spotware have launched a cryptocurrency exchange solution for anyone who wants to start their own exchange, they offer a complete out-of-the-box solution.
Spotware who created the cTrader trading platform is happy to inform you that their efforts in the information security have been recognized with an award, they received the award for outstanding implementation of the ISO 27001:2013 International Organization for Standardization for the Information Security Management System.
China will have a self-sufficient end to end FX industry ecosystem from Tier 1 bank level down to the retail trader very soon indeed, and it will be a massive, finely honed domestic market powerhouse.
Trader Mobile Beta has been updated to version 2.8 This new version will give you more visibility for your trading sessions.
Over the past 24 hours, the cryptocurrency market dropped more than $22 billion, falling from $343 billion to $321 billion in market valuation.
The new version of cTrader has had a major upgrade and is now available to download, our view is that just keeps getting better, there are bound to be some teething problems once it is used by all the traders, but once these have been ironed out I am pretty sure it will be a slick trading platform competing with the best.
The new release of cTrader beta version is available to download today packed with new features and an improved platform look and feel.
ClickAlgo.com is now offering a software development service to integrate bespoke trading applications or business solutions to the markets via their broker.
Bitcoin’s stunning rebound continued on Tuesday, with the world’s largest digital token extending February’s gains after South Korean regulators signalled they will actively support what they called “normal” cryptocurrency trading.