Gold-i, a trading systems integration specialist for the financial services industry, has unveiled Matrix 2.0, one of the group’s most versatile and landmark offerings, after an investment of over £1 million. The new product helps brokers foster flexible liquidity with mitigated risk, according to a recent Gold-i report.
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The launch of Matrix 2.0 is the second major announcement this month at the provider, after it enhanced one of its flagship product offerings, Gold-i MAM, thereby augmenting a plethora of new capabilities to the utility, as well as ushering in MAM Pro. Gold-i looks to roll out MAM Pro by month’s end.
In terms of its latest offering however, Matrix 2.0 builds on Gold-i’s existing suite of services, offering multiple routing and aggregation methods to brokers. Subsequently, the new utility will help offer an optimized execution model across the group’s diverse client types, boasting connectivity to over 70 liquidity providers.
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Gold-i’s Matrix 2.0 was engineered by a total of six in-house developers – one of the impetuses behind the offering was helping streamline capabilities for MetaTrader brokers who utilize single or multiple servers. By using Matrix 2.0, Gold-i will also be able to support a diverse range of liquidity across single or multiple bridges into each MT4 or MT5 system.
Matrix 2.0 maintains a multi-asset approach, covering such areas as foreign exchange (FX), contracts for difference (CFDs), futures, and equities, among others. The offering also exclusively caters to brokers in the retail sector, which is designed to deliver a heightened focus on risk management.
According to Tom Higgins, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Gold-i: “Matrix 2.0 not only provides a platform to allow brokers to aggregate in-coming liquidity feeds but it also enables them to offer their own liquidity out to clients. It’s a simple and cost-effective tool if they are looking at alternative revenue streams and is aimed at brokers of all sizes from start-ups to global organisations.”
“Matrix 2.0 gives brokers a huge amount of flexibility in spreading prices. It offers multiple routing rules and supports multi-asset classes. I believe it’s a best of breed product which is made even more appealing by our pricing strategy. There are no up-front costs or set up fees so brokers can get up and running very quickly at low cost. In the future, as the product evolves, we hope it will be used by smaller banks and will open up broader opportunities for us outside the world of MetaTrader,” Mr. Higgins added.