Daily FX Brokers’ News: FxNet, FXPIG, DMM Option and YJFX!

A batch of new features are incoming for clients of the brokers such as a Mac version of MT4, Neteller

In today’s daily roundup, a number of online brokers have announced various improvements to their services. A new trading instrument, a new payment method and a number of technological upgrades are all meant to enhance trader’s satisfaction and performance.

DMM Option

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DMM Option added another payment option, Neteller, a secure, automated online payment option for its clients. DMM Option, the binary options trading brand of DMM FX Australia Pty Limited and DMM FX Australia, is supported by the largest FX broker in the world, Japan’s DMM Group.

The Australian licensed subsidiary of the Japanese powerhouse is a brand operated in order to reach the global markets beyond the shores of Japan. Neteller payments are currently available to DMM Option clients with all currency based trading accounts.


FxNet revealed  its newest trading instrument; Bitcoin. FxNet Ltd, is an Investment Firm that is authorized and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC). Bitcoin will be the newest addition to the already existing over 30 global shares offered on FxNet including Apple, Amazon, Coca Cola and PayPal.

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The broker explained to its clients that Bitcoin, which is a rising virtual currency, is now available for trading under CFDs on Shares. According to the announcement it “will offer traders the chance to take a piece of the world’s youngest currency which has showed a lot of promise in the six years since its creation.”


FXPIG has informed its traders that MT4 for Mac computers has finally arrived. Premier Interchange Gateway is a managed Offshore Finance Company registered in New Zealand.

The broker explains that, no VPS, no third party applications, just a simple native MT4 interface, like the one on Windows, is now available on the sleek MacBook, iMac, or MacMini. “After all, PIGs love Apples…”


YJFX!, the Yahoo Japan broker, notified its traders that the firm upgraded its iOS and Android mobile apps to new versions.

Major changes in this latest version include: adding Ask / Bid display on the switching function of the chart, adding the double display function on the basic indicators of the chart, adding a trendline storage function on the chart, and adding a chart on the settlement real-time order screen.

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