Multibroker Platform PTMC Now Connects to Poloniex Cryptocurrency Exchange

PTMC users can now trade Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETC), Litecoin (LTC) and Ripple (XRP), via the new CryptoGateway.

Multi-asset trading platform developer PFSOFT announced today that it has connected its Protrader Multi-Connect (PTMC) platform with US-based cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex. Users can now trade the most popular cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETC), Litecoin (LTC) and Ripple (XRP), via the new CryptoGateway.

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The company informed its clients: “Currently, the most digital-asset exchanges allow trading online via the web applications that are usually functionally lost in comparison to alternatives for PC desktop. The same way more and more professional stock traders begin to pay attention to this new trading opportunities. These two factors led us to the idea of making connection to crypto-exchanges possible via PTMC. And we also got some user requests for this.

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Being the true multi-connect trading terminal, PTMC had to make digital-asset trading available and did it via the CryptoGateway (a special connector to different crypto-exchanges). Several weeks of development and here we are – allowing connection to Poloniex exchange market.”

Regarding its first choice for trading venue connection, the company explains: “We have selected Poloniex based on the request of some traders from PTMC community. Currently, it is the only one connected crypto-exchange but more could be added very fast, if there will be a demand from users.”

PFSOFT is one of the fastest growing developers of trading technology, and from the beginning of this year it has made connections with many companies, including AMP Global Clearing, Interactive Brokers (NASDAQ:IBKR), FXCM, LMAX, OANDA, Quandl and IQFeed.

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