UK-regulated forex broker Fortrade said on Tuesday it has released an update to its proprietary self-branded trading platform, with which it has expanded its payment methods support with PayPal. The broker has also added new chart indicator tools and platform languages.
Fortrade supports several payment systems, including Visa, MasterCard, and AmEx bank cards, as well as the newly-added PayPal. The broker intends to add more payment methods in the near future.
PayPal is a US-based global electronic payment system. It supports money transfers in 26 currencies and 203 countries. It offers anonymity and security of transactions – users are not required to provide bank details or credit card information. It is well-known and used by more than 7 million businesses worldwide, including by many forex brokers, including FxPro, Oanda, IC Markets, Admiral Markets, Alpari, eToro, and UFX Bank.
In addition, Fortrade has included to its proprietary trading platform several new indicators for price analysis, including Moving Average and Bollinger Bands. Moreover, it has released the platform in Arabic and Dutch languages, thus expanding its language support to eight languages in total.
The Fortrade platform is the only trading platform in the broker’s portfolio. It is available in a web-based version and as desktop and mobile applications.
Fortrade is a London-based fixed-spread brokerage, licensed and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). It offers a wide range of trading instruments, covering more than 150 currencies, as well as commodity, index and stock contracts for difference (CFDs) through its proprietary platform.