Exclusive: Tradency Launches Next Gen HTML5 Mirror Trader

Japanese CTFX is the first brokerage to support the platform.

Tradency has just announced the next step in the development of its next generation trading platform Mirror Trader. The new version of the software is focusing on better conversion and retention. The design layout is now simpler and allows for quick interaction with the tool as well as improved security due to the use of HTML5 over Flash.

Using HTML5 technology, Mirror Trader has become platform and device agnostic, which is a big step for the platform in the era of continued growth in mobile trading. The new generation of the software product also allows for faster activation process and has a new more user-friendly interface.

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Tradency backtesting
A screenshot of the refreshed backtesting module

The first brokerage to launch the next generation of Mirror Trader is Japanese Central Tanshi FX. The next generation of Mirror Trader will be rolled out to all clients of the company in June.

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Tradency’s co-founder and President, Gil Eyal, shared: “CTFX is a natural choice for us to launch our global cutting-edge Mirror Trader campaign. Entering our fifth year of strategic cooperation, we see our long-term partnership strengthen and grow with new services to wider audiences.”

With the new version of the platform, Windows, Mac, Android and iOS users will all be able to access the software on desktop and mobile. Tradency also shared that it will be adding new features in the coming months.

Commenting on the launch, the General Manager of CTFX Service Development Department, Masahiro Ito, said: “Together with Tradency, we have pushed this project forward, sharing know-how and experience concerning automated trading we accumulated since 2012. We believe retail traders will become more familiar with automated trading by using this new advanced cross platform introduced by us first in the world.”

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