Forex Magnates wishes all of its readers a happy, profitable new year. Before plunging into 2015, this is a good time to take a quick look at some of the things we did in 2014, and more importantly, to hear your say about what you would like to see more of, or less of, from Forex Magnates in the future.
A Few Updates from 2014
Our online news has expanded both the team and the scope of coverage, tapping into realms broader than forex b2b news. Most notably, we have started focusing on the emerging field of fintech, exploring how technology firms change – or “disrupt,” to use an industry favorite – the way we trade, invest and do business.
The specialized Experts website underwent a complete redesign, with more panel members discussing additional topics. DCmagnates has introduced Crypchart, a crypto-dedicated app providing data and news, and a new Bitcoin Basics section with bitcoin-related resources and constant updates of M&As and venture deals. And there is more to come.
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Besides the production of our standard Industry Quarterly Reports (QIR), our professional research department team has been conducting meticulous investigations and analyses of pressing industry issues. One of our noteworthy products was the report we issued about the growth and global regulation prospects of the binary options industry.
Our events have also taken off this year with a two-day Summit in Tokyo and a great London Summit, our best event to date. This time around we had the Innovation Stage, a new feature pitting five emerging startups against one another to compete for the votes of an established panel comprised of industry stalwarts.
Have Your Say
As always, one of our core goals at Forex Magnates is to provide transparent and extensive news and analysis of the financial world, FX in particular. Communicating with our readers is a key aspect of our work, and a rather enjoyable one too. We invite you to tell us what industry trends we should pay more attention to, what we should stick to and what we can do better. We want to know.