Vantage FX, a foreign exchange (forex) broker announced that it has officially launched its new telegram channel for traders and industry enthusiasts last week.
According to a statement seen by Finance Magnates, the broker has launched the new channel on Thursday of last week because of the growing need for convenient access to daily financial market news.
Telegram is an instant messaging and voice over IP service based on the cloud. Via the app, users can send messages, exchange photos, videos, stickers, audio, and files of any type.
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In particular, the trading provider has created the channel in order to provide its customers with more value. For those who subscribe to the channel, they will receive daily market analysis, access to educational resources, exclusive offers, and promotions, as well as the ability to register for industry events earlier, amongst other benefits, the company said.
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‘’Vantage FX official Telegram channel is positioned to notify and enlighten subscribers about daily market news and important industry updates, as soon as they are released,” the company said in its statement.
“The idea is to deliver information in a quick, secure and convenient way through the messaging app, to help customers become more sophisticated traders. Subscribers to the channel will also get access to exclusive offers from our company and numerous educational resources. We are pleased to offer this service and encourage all Forex traders to take advantage of it.”
By Vantage FX launching the telegram channel, it hopes to reduce time wasted by traders switching between multiple websites to consume market news. The broker chose to launch the channel via Telegram to eliminate risk, as Telegram’s messaging feature is encrypted.
“The encrypted messaging feature of Telegram makes it a perfect tool for traders and individuals who want to keep up with market trends without compromising security and privacy,” the company said.