Binaries broker Olymp Trade adds chat, training courses to mobile platform

Binaries broker Olymp Trade adds chat, training courses to mobile platform

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Offshore binaries option broker Olymp Trade has released an update to the mobile version of its in-house trading platform, adding live chat to it, the broker said earlier this week. The new feature provides users access to online support agents.

The mobile platform users now have access to training courses from Olymp Trade’s Academy service. In addition, some sections have been redesigned, including the menu and the notifications, the history of financial transactions and the history of trades, as well as the form of withdrawing.

The trading app is available to devices with either iOS or Android operating systems and the changes apply for both versions. In addition, there are innovations releases specifically for one or the other mobile apps.

For Android users, Olymp Trade offers a new withdrawal display, a trade canceling service, fully converted logic of the bonus system in the Deposit form. An upcomming update is to change the design of the trading screen and trade details.

For iOS devices, the platform has been greatly stabilized and accelerated, and the response time of the application on the user’s actions has been reduced to the maximum, making opening and canceling trades faster.

Olymp Trade was set up in 2014 and is a trading brand of Seychelles-registered online binary options trading service provider Smartex International Ltd. It is not regulated under any jurisdiction, but is a member of Hong Kong-based external dispute resolution (EDR) organisation Financial Commission (FinaCom), as well as of the Financial Markets Regulation Center, a Russian independent self-regulatory body,

The broker’s main market of operation is Russia. It has developed its own proprietary web-based trading platform and allows investors to start trading with as little as $10.

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