Forex broker FXTM integrates client area to mobile app

Forex broker FXTM integrates client area to mobile app

FXTM mobile app

Cyprus-regulated forex broker ForexTime, or FXTM, said on Friday it has updated its ForexTime mobile application to feature its fully operational client area, MyFXTM. The application now also provides minute-by-minute market updates on the go.

indexThe mobile app was launched in October 2015 and is available for devices with iOS or Android operating systems. With the integration of MyFXTM, users can easily register a new demo or live trading account, manage their personal details, deposit or withdraw funds, as well as download trading platforms, get live forex rates and news and follow forex charts. In addition, they can follow strategy traders via FXTM Invest and receive notifications on ongoing promotions.

The mobile app has the standard features and can be used for receiving up-to-date news, live currency and spot metal rates, and market analysis. One of its most useful features is that it allows traders to use their phones to get their accounts approved directly from the application, as they can take photos of the required documents and upload them straight to the app.

FXTM is based in Cyprus and is regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), which allows it to provide its services in all EU countries. Earlier this year, the broker obtained a license from the Financial Services Board (FSB) of South Africa. It has also set up a London-based unit, but it has provided no information at the time as to whether it plans to acquire a UK license.

The broker offers trading in more than 100 instruments, including forex, spot metals, and CFDs on stocks, commodities, and exchange traded fund (ETFs). It serves retail and institutional clients alike and supports MetaTrader 4 (MT4) and MetaTrader 5 (MT5) trading platforms.

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