B2Broker, a liquidity and technology provider for the crypto and forex industry, announced on Wednesday the launch of a white-label margin exchange trading platform.
Dubbed B2Margin, the platform will have a range of crucial functionalities, including onboarding, compliance, risk management, pricing and trading analytics.
“Margin trading has really increased in popularity despite the fact that derivative trading is what everyone tried to avoid when this was all starting out,” B2Broker founder and CEO, Arthur Azizov, stated on the growing demand for margin trading.
However, the company stressed the increasing demand for margin trading with the boom in cryptocurrencies.
Established in 2014, B2Broker offers a range of services: from liquidity to payments gateway and from back-office solutions to white label trading solutions. Its B2B clients include licensed brokers, crypto exchanges, crypto brokers, forex brokers, hedge and crypto funds and professional managers.
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Growing Margin Trading Demand
The new white-label margin trading platform is designed for both institutional and retail traders and will support multiple assets, including forex, metals, indices, energies, stocks, ETFs and digital currencies.
The white-label solution will allow brokers to offer either leveraged or cash trading on the supported asset classes.
Furthermore, the company has plans to add cryptocurrency futures in the white-label solution as well. It will add a dividend distribution module, allowing brokers to provide liquidity for STOs shares and cash equities.
“Back in 2016, all traders preferred spot trading, but business is now moving further towards derivative trading, justifying our decision to develop B2Margin and offer an attractive margin trading solution to our clients,” Azizov added.
B2Broker launched the new product as it is aiming for further international expansions. In September, Finance Magnates exclusively reported that a B2Broker Group subsidiary gained an electronic money institution license in the United Kingdom.