Tradency, a fintech firm specializing in mirror trading and algorithmic trading platforms, has announced the expansion of its F-PaaS platform’s support by introducing Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
This will allow businesses to easily integrate Tradency’s F-PaaS solutions to a wide range of applications. Moreover, the firm has extended its professional services as a complementary addition to all its clients. With this, Tradency’s clients will get direct support from its engineering team on customization, integration, and even for providing a client specific solution.
Mentioning the expanding services, Tradeny’s CEO Lior Nabat said: “Tradency crowdsourcing and real-time distribution technology has been a core value to our product offering and services since its introduction in 2005. And, now we are adding its capabilities to our F-PaaS and demonstrating it in new applications in various market segments such as a USA based predictive cash-flow Robo-advisor or an Asian Cryptocurrency social trading.”
What is F-PaaS?
F-PaaS or Fintech-Platform as a service is s a cloud computing model in which a third-party provider delivers hardware and software tools needed by the financial institutions – usually those needed for application development – to offer their services to the end-clients.
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To offer its F-PaaS services, Tradency is using a cloud-based architecture based on Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), including various other open source services to achieve a higher-level of scalability, resiliency, and infrastructure observability.
“We are committed to expanding the reach, use our rewarded technology, reinforcing our position as a leading provider of trading technology,” Nabat added.
The rising demand of trading in cryptocurrencies also motivated the firm to expand its services for crypto as well with services like mirror trading and robo-advisory platforms for five of the most popular digital coins – Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dash, and Ripple.
Earlier this month, a blockchain-based social investment platform, called CopyCash, integrated Tradency’s auto trade-by-knowledge technology on its platform.