TradingView is best known for their retail focused chart drawing, storing, and sharing solution with their site, evolving into a fairly active trading community attracting both beginners and professional traders. Lesser known is the firm’s B2B services. In this regard, TradingView offers both free and paid licenses for distribution of their charts, whichare currently being used at many financial market websites, including the CME and DailyFX.
For brokers, in addition to the chart integrations, TradingView has also begun to market a front-end trading terminal which utilizes their charting package and integrates with a firm’s back-end and liquidity solutions. Like many web-based packages, the product was created to cross platform and device.
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In expanding their B2B services with brokers, TradingView has announced that the firm was chosen to power charting for xCFD’s new webtrader offering. The webtrader adds to xCFD’s paltforms, using technology from Malta regulated prime broker EXANTE. The inclusion of TradingView’s charts follows a trend of which although a broker or technology provider may have their own existing platforms, they choose to partner with 3rd party HTML5 charting firms for their webtraders.
Commenting publicly about the integration and the B2B trading terminal that they offer, Stan Bokov, COO at TradingView, stated, “We are really excited to partner with xCFD. They are one of the early adopters of our newly developed B2B technology. The charting library and the trading terminal was meant exactly for this improved productivity for brokers and their existing clients.”