BDSwiss, a leading Switzerland-based foreign exchange and CFD broker regulated by the U.S. National Futures Association (NFA) and the European CySEC, has launched its new WebTrader Platform. Developed in-house, the proprietary platform delivers a more advanced online trading experience to its customers.
The broker’s WebTrader provides access to real-time currency rates, live support, tick chart trading, full transaction history, unique indicators and charting tools, full customization options, automated trading via the pending orders feature, and an intuitive order window that automatically calculates total position size, required margin and proposed TP and SL levels.
The platform is fully synchronized to the downloadable versions of the MT4 and is translated in more than 24 languages. Investors will be able to leverage BDSwiss WebTrader’s tools to trade over 250 assets on any web browser.
Christos Alatzidis, Chief Technology Officer of BDSwiss, commented:
“After months of development and rigorous testing, we are very excited about the release of the BDSwiss Webtrader. By listening to our clients and using their feedback we have delivered a product that offers all the benefits of the MT4 platform, but with a much more clean-cut design. We believe that our new WebTrader is a tool that will empower our clients and make trading much more transparent and straightforward. We emphasize on user experience, offering a decluttered platform that does away with complicated terminology and calculates everything automatically for the client. With BDSwiss Webtrader, the client knows exactly what he is trading, whether he is trading in euro, ounces, coins etc., what leverage ratio he is using, and the exact margin he will need to place his trade.”
BDSwiss was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Zug, Switzerland. The company counts with over 900,000 registered accounts and operates an FX trading volume of more than €5 billion per month. The company has brokered a growing amount of transactions throughout the years, from 130,000 in 2012 to 9.6 million transactions in 2017.