Financial derivatives traders using the emerging Tradable trading platform are to benefit from a new application that aims to provide deposit and withdrawal services through a payment application. Neteller reported that it has created a new app that will be available on the Tradable app store for users. The move supports the open-ended nature of the platform that creates a marketplace for add-ons for traders.
The new payments specific application will enable users to fund their account from within the trading terminal. In the official notification, the firm reported that the new app will be available by the end of 2014. The new payments application is the first of its kind available on the Tradable app store. The marketplace for traders offers users a number of apps that support their trading from technical analysis, charting and automated trading applications.
Jannick Malling, CEO and co-Founder of Tradable, commented in a statement, he said: “Partnering with Neteller to offer traders a simple way to fund and withdraw funds fits well with our focus on providing traders with a complete trading experience. We are extremely excited about the ease of use and funding security which this app will provide to our traders.
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Tradable offers an AppStore model so that we can lead the market by partnering with the very best third parties in the industry, providing traders with a range of innovative, informative and easy to use tools. Having one of the world leaders in payment services as an official app vendor on the Tradable platform is a perfect match for us.”
Neteller is a popular payment service provider for retail FX and CFD brokers, the regulated service provider offers cost effective transactions for global clients in 200 countries, looking for fast payment methods.
Lorenzo Pellegrino, Executive Vice President of Neteller, said: “Our partnership with Tradable represents a new and unique way for Neteller to deliver its services to the retail FX market, as well as an innovative framework that extends the possibilities of how payment services can help traders feel more comfortable and provide a more convenient payment option when transferring funds.”