The financial technology provider Spotware has released its cTrader Web 3.4 version, equipped with further tools for improved trader convenience and interface personalization, including the Pencil Tool and brand-new extensions of the Line Study Tools. The new features, which are currently available to all brokers on Beta, aim to ensure brokers can provide their traders with even more analytical flexibility.
Panagiotis Charalampous, the Head of Community Management at Spotware, commented: “Used to free-form draw on, or annotate a chart, the Pencil Tool is not bound to a specific shape, and further allows traders to make their notes when setting up a trade. The upgrade to Line Study Tools,in turn, comes with an additional degree of object personalization, while the Trading Central update of Targets adds an extra decision-making option for our brokers to offer their clientele.”
Spotware Systems also added several features in the new cTrader Copy version, including the addition of Date of Copying start, to easily track when performance and management fees will be charged, as well as an instant Add & Remove All Funds to/from Copying account for increased ease of operation.
In May 2019, the creator of cTrader released the cTrader Web 3.3 version which comes with top fundamental and technical analysis tools from FXStreet and Autochartist. The FXStreet Economic Calendar and Autochartist Market Analysis were added to help traders make more informed decisions. The same month, Spotware Systems decided to remove the 30% charge on commissions earned by the Strategy Providers in cTrader Copy in an effort to attract professional traders, offer better terms and improve the overall trading environment. In April 2019, the company launched a fully supported solution for startup retail forex FX and CFD brokers, including access to global infrastructure and hosting in LD5, ongoing technical support from Spotware and regular updates with new features.
Last year, the firm integrated BitGo to its cryptocurrency exchange solution, cXchange, to provide the BitGo Business Wallet to any cryptocurrency operator using the cXchange solution, which was launched to help firms set up their own cryptocurrency exchange with everything needed out-of-the-box. The company appointed Alexander Geralis as Chief Product Officer to oversee the product’s development and raise awareness of the digital asset exchange solution on the international arena.