TradingView Aims to Connect to Multiple Brokers Via Tradable API

The company officially announced that it is looking for beta testers for the trading functionality via FXCM live and demo.

Direct forex and CFDs trading via TradingView has just come closer to reality as the company has officially unveiled on its website a closed beta program. The effort ultimately aims to provide access to a number of brokerages so traders have the ability to freely choose their preferred broker partner while using TradingView.

The company is currently in the process of looking for beta testers of the company’s connectivity with FXCM. In order to connect to the brokerage, TradingView is using an API from Danish trading software development company Tradable.

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TradingView is aiming to enable for its followers trading from the chart, a feature that is very likely to be introduced to the white labels of TradingView. With the limitations of a charting solution, the software has not been able to fully engage its user base due to lack of trading support.

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TradingView Beta Testing via FXCM Live & Demo

During the beta testing phase, the charting software will enable trading of forex and CFDs (contracts for difference) through FXCM. Trading will eventually be enabled via a multitude of brokerages and across multiple asset classes.

TradingView is currently looking for a small group of beta testers that will be the first to get access to the trading-enabled solution and will try trading through FXCM while providing detailed feedback.

Traders that are willing to enter the beta testing phase have to message @admin on TradingView to request first-look access to the trading experience. This phase of the beta supports both demo and live accounts at FXCM.

According to the announcement, Tradable is providing a layer between TradingView and select brokers. The software is connected to Tradable only once, with the rest of the work on multiple connections being done by the Danish software company.

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