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by Solomon Oladipupo
  • TradingView is now the 4th trading platform accessible to FXOpen customers.
  • Tradesmarter announced its integration with TradingView three weeks ago.
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FXOpen, a global broker with a network of brokerage offices in the United Kingdom, Australia and Cyprus, has emerged as the latest brokerage firm to enter into a partnership with charting and social network platform, TradingView, this year.

On Tuesday, the broker disclosed to Finance Magnates that it has onboarded the popular investing tool as the 4th in a suite of trading platforms open to its customers. The others are MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5 and TickTrader.

“This partnership between FXOpen and TradingView gives FXOpen UK customers the opportunity to gain access to advanced charting tools, trade directly from TradingView charts, and interact with millions of like-minded traders,” FXOpen explained in a statement.

Check out this Finance Magnates London Summit 2022 session on what is shaping social trading in recent times.

Speaking on the collaboration, Gary Thomson, the Chief Operating Officer of FXOpen UK, noted that integration means that its customers can access, interact and share ideas with other traders on the popular platform. This is even as TradingView boasts of “more than 30 million monthly users who can chart, chat, and trade markets in one place.”

Rauan Khassan, the Vice President of International Growth at TradingView, described the partnership with FXOpen as “another important step to solidifying TradingView's position as a comprehensive live trading platform.”

A Streak of Industry Integrations

FXOpen’s new integration comes three weeks after Tradesmarter, a trading technology provider, partnered with TradingView to integrate the latter’s charting tool into its white-label trading solution platform, Wow Trader.

In addition, the electronic trading industry has witnessed several other TradingView partnerships since the start of 2022. In August, New Zealand-based BlackBull Markets joined hands with TradingView to enable its clients to execute trades directly from the latter's platform.

In July, the Seychelles-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange, OKX announced its integration with TradingView to enable its users to execute their trades from their accounts on the social network. Earlier in May, Eightcap teamed up with the charting platform provider to enable its clients to trade directly from the latter's charts into their Eightcap trading accounts.

At the start of the year, Pepperstone, a Melbourne-based brokerage, joined forces with TradingView to provide its traders access to the platform’s charts, analysis and other trading tools.

FXOpen, a global broker with a network of brokerage offices in the United Kingdom, Australia and Cyprus, has emerged as the latest brokerage firm to enter into a partnership with charting and social network platform, TradingView, this year.

On Tuesday, the broker disclosed to Finance Magnates that it has onboarded the popular investing tool as the 4th in a suite of trading platforms open to its customers. The others are MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5 and TickTrader.

“This partnership between FXOpen and TradingView gives FXOpen UK customers the opportunity to gain access to advanced charting tools, trade directly from TradingView charts, and interact with millions of like-minded traders,” FXOpen explained in a statement.

Check out this Finance Magnates London Summit 2022 session on what is shaping social trading in recent times.

Speaking on the collaboration, Gary Thomson, the Chief Operating Officer of FXOpen UK, noted that integration means that its customers can access, interact and share ideas with other traders on the popular platform. This is even as TradingView boasts of “more than 30 million monthly users who can chart, chat, and trade markets in one place.”

Rauan Khassan, the Vice President of International Growth at TradingView, described the partnership with FXOpen as “another important step to solidifying TradingView's position as a comprehensive live trading platform.”

A Streak of Industry Integrations

FXOpen’s new integration comes three weeks after Tradesmarter, a trading technology provider, partnered with TradingView to integrate the latter’s charting tool into its white-label trading solution platform, Wow Trader.

In addition, the electronic trading industry has witnessed several other TradingView partnerships since the start of 2022. In August, New Zealand-based BlackBull Markets joined hands with TradingView to enable its clients to execute trades directly from the latter's platform.

In July, the Seychelles-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange, OKX announced its integration with TradingView to enable its users to execute their trades from their accounts on the social network. Earlier in May, Eightcap teamed up with the charting platform provider to enable its clients to trade directly from the latter's charts into their Eightcap trading accounts.

At the start of the year, Pepperstone, a Melbourne-based brokerage, joined forces with TradingView to provide its traders access to the platform’s charts, analysis and other trading tools.

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