Fortex revamps MT4 Bridge OMX interface, switches to HTML5

Fortex revamps MT4 Bridge OMX interface, switches to HTML5


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Fortex, a multi-asset electronic communications network (ECN) trading platform, said it has completed the overhaul of its flagship MetaTrader 4 Bridge OMX interface and has transitioned to the HTML5 protocol.

The new interface of the trading platform allows users to easily make changes to the quote maker and other execution configuration parameter straight from the web version of the trading platform. The revamped version allows forex brokers to change price configuration by accessing the bridge URL and apply the settings.

Furthermore, the Fortex Bridge OMX Web Console works on all smartphones and tablets and gives access to the most important risk management settings.

The access to the configuration interface of the platform is through a secure connection. The interface is available in English and Chinese.


Fortex’ Bridge OMX platform is based on domain-based quotes and order flow internalization and facilitates streaming of quotes and enhances yield on order flows. It also features auto-dealing and scalp guard options, which offer better system protection. The platform includes allocation features, omnibus and minibus accounts, auto-hedging capabilities and reporting features.

Fortex also offers fully managed hosting service for enterprise clients for the MT4 ecosystem, powered by the Fortex ECN platform and white-label program.

California-based Fortex is an ECN trading platform with a daily trading volume of up to $12 billion and processing more than 500 000 tickets daily. It supports trading in forex, CFDs, metals, and energy. It has offfices in New York, Boston, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and London. The platform is used by traders, brokers, market makers, money managers, banks, hedge funds, and other investors.
Fortex’ clients portfolio includes forex brokers Interbank FX, Pepperstone, Advanced Markets, and Macquarie Bank, among others.

Earlier this year Fortex released its aggregation solution  xForce Prime of Prime Suite.

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