Geneva-headquartered Dukascopy Bank SA, the Swiss Bank operating as a forex broker to retail and institutional clients, today announced the live launch of its web platform, JForex Web 3, according to a corporate statement.
Following a period of beta testing, the web-based terminal is now fully operational and available to all customers. Dukascopy has already advertised a number of features that make trading more efficient, but when rolled out for a beta testing phase across the demo environment, the web platform only offered manual trading.
Now, the live mode is equipped with automated trading based on JForex API after the broker has supplemented JForex Web 3 with a new module, dubbed ‘Strategies’, which allows algo traders to manage their strategies also from the web platform. The user can load his/her strategies directly from JCloud, VisualJForex or the PC then have it remotely run on the Strategy Server.
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The other major changes include the revamped infrastructure that makes it a next generation style upgrade, while at the same time the customer usage experience was kept in mind so that the transition could be smooth.
The new web platform’s interface is designed to use the latest cloud technologies to deliver a fast and reliable trading solution.
The application, which is supported by all popular browsers, combines the key advantages of the JForex desktop platform with the convenience of the cross-platform nature of the web terminal.
JForex Web 3 features 46 technical indicators, chart trading and the entire set of trading orders. The program interface has been translated into several languages making it available for web traders around the world.
One of key feature of the release version is the ability to save workspace on JCloud. It allows setting market and pending orders to buy and sell stocks, currencies, metals, CFDs on indices, commodities and single stocks.