Germany’s Finanzen.net zero Joins TradingView’s ‘Broker Family’

Thursday, 19/01/2023 | 21:19 GMT by Solomon Oladipupo
  • The broker was founded in 2021 by Finanzen.net, a German online financial portal.
  • Finanzen.net zero is the first brokerage to be onboarded by TradingView in 2023.
Germany’s Finanzen.net zero Joins TradingView’s ‘Broker Family’
Finanzen.net

Finanzen.net zero, a Germany-based zero-commission broker, is the latest brokerage firm to integrate with TradingView, making it possible for its users to trade directly from the charting and social networking platform. TradingView announced Finanzen.net zero as the latest member of its 'broker family' on Thursday.

“Introduced in 2021, Finanzen.net zero is a promising and constantly evolving online broker project from the world-famous finanzen.net news portal. With the company’s mission to offer the most advanced trading experience at a low cost, they have grown into a prominent regional player and are officially regulated by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority,” TradingView explained in a statement published on its website.

According to TradingView, Finanzen.net zero’s customers can now “trade without custody fees, flat-rate third-party costs or additional costs directly from TradingView charts.” Additional benefits of the partnership include minimum order amount and no commissions or fees for trades above 500 Euros in volume, the social network said, adding that customer accounts are protected by statutory deposit insurance.

Watch the recent FMLS22 session on how social media is redefining social trading.

TradingView Integration Streak Continues into 2023

Finanzen.net, being the first broker to join TradingView in 2022, continues the streak of industry integrations that the charting platform recorded last year. TradingView rounded up 2022 with integrations with SpreadEx, FXOpen and Tradesmarter.

On top of that, the social networking platform recorded a number of other industry integrations in the outgone year. In August, BullBlack Markets, an electronic communications networks (ECN) broker joined the TradingView family in order to provide direct access to its platform from TradingView.

While in July, Seychelles-based cryptocurrency exchange OKX also enlisted TradingView to empower its traders with the ability to execute their trades directed from the charting platform. Furthermore, TradingView started the year by onboarding two Australia-based brokers, Eightcap and Pepperstone.

Finanzen.net zero, a Germany-based zero-commission broker, is the latest brokerage firm to integrate with TradingView, making it possible for its users to trade directly from the charting and social networking platform. TradingView announced Finanzen.net zero as the latest member of its 'broker family' on Thursday.

“Introduced in 2021, Finanzen.net zero is a promising and constantly evolving online broker project from the world-famous finanzen.net news portal. With the company’s mission to offer the most advanced trading experience at a low cost, they have grown into a prominent regional player and are officially regulated by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority,” TradingView explained in a statement published on its website.

According to TradingView, Finanzen.net zero’s customers can now “trade without custody fees, flat-rate third-party costs or additional costs directly from TradingView charts.” Additional benefits of the partnership include minimum order amount and no commissions or fees for trades above 500 Euros in volume, the social network said, adding that customer accounts are protected by statutory deposit insurance.

Watch the recent FMLS22 session on how social media is redefining social trading.

TradingView Integration Streak Continues into 2023

Finanzen.net, being the first broker to join TradingView in 2022, continues the streak of industry integrations that the charting platform recorded last year. TradingView rounded up 2022 with integrations with SpreadEx, FXOpen and Tradesmarter.

On top of that, the social networking platform recorded a number of other industry integrations in the outgone year. In August, BullBlack Markets, an electronic communications networks (ECN) broker joined the TradingView family in order to provide direct access to its platform from TradingView.

While in July, Seychelles-based cryptocurrency exchange OKX also enlisted TradingView to empower its traders with the ability to execute their trades directed from the charting platform. Furthermore, TradingView started the year by onboarding two Australia-based brokers, Eightcap and Pepperstone.

About the Author: Solomon Oladipupo
Solomon Oladipupo
  • 1050 Articles
  • 33 Followers
About the Author: Solomon Oladipupo
Solomon Oladipupo is a journalist and editor from Nigeria that covers the tech, FX, fintech and cryptocurrency industries. He is a former assistant editor at AgroNigeria Magazine where he covered the agribusiness industry. Solomon holds a first-class degree in Journalism & Mass Communication from the University of Lagos where he graduated top of his class.
  • 1050 Articles
  • 33 Followers

More from the Author

Retail FX

!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|} !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}