DXtrade and TradingView integrate to enhance brokerage services
By Gloria Methri
TradingView and Devexperts have announced the facilitation of a direct trading integration process to deliver enhanced services to mutual broker partners.
This collaboration allows Devexperts’ clients to integrate their DXtrade trading backend into the TradingView platform. The process ensures a straightforward integration without the need for additional efforts from the broker’s internal teams to work on the API.
The DXtrade functionality includes real-time exposure monitor, execution strategies, diverse commission plans, rebates for the most active traders, and many more. With the streamlined integration process in place, DXtrade platform owners can now connect their native trading terminal directly to TradingView, allowing users to place orders and trade using the world’s premier charts.
As per the setup, DXtrade’s backend will retain complete control over risk and user management, while TradingView will ultimately act as a high-end frontend and source of new leads. Brokers could accomplish marketing and business goals through a dedicated broker profile seamlessly integrated into their trading ecosystem, which spans 200 countries and boasts 50 million users.
Rauan Khassan, VP of international growth at TradingView, said, “As part of our mission to broaden investment opportunities for retail users, we aim to introduce our renowned charting tools, trading community and other features to new broker partners. After Devexperts contributed to multiple broker integrations with us through their DXtrade trading backend and facilitated the process, we stand prepared to welcome new brokerages into our mutually beneficial ecosystem.”
Jon Light, Head of OTC Platform at Devexperts, added, “This integration makes it much easier for brokers to offer their execution services on tradingview.com. It is great for our brokers to be able to access the massive network of traders that TradingView has.”
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