SpotOption, the largest provider of binary options software according to the latest Forex Magnates Quarterly Report, just announced the opening of its Asian office in Tokyo. Japan is becoming quite the hub for binary option brokers lately as many of them report increasing demand from local traders. Binary options is often seen as both a standalone trading product and as a complementary to forex trading product and in a nation obsessed with forex trading it has good chances of becoming the next big thing. Whatever the case is Japan is going to see quite a few new binary option offerings soon and with SpotOption making a move in that direction perhaps local brokers will also start offering it as most of the binary options marketing is still done by foreign brokers.
As a response to the huge success of SpotOption Ltd’s Binary Options platform in Asia, SpotOption has localized themselves to be even more available and accessible to Asian online operators looking to start their own Binary Options business.
SpotOption’s first Japanese label, Option-Game, has become one of the most successful brands, due to the overwhelming interest of Asian traders and gamers who have finally found a Japanese outlet to trade Binary Options. As Japan has surpassed expectations for the demand by its people to invest in Binary Options, the next logical step was to open an office with Japanese representatives to expand operations efficiently.
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As a global platform provider, SpotOption has added clients from all over the world, and numerous, localized Binary Option websites powered by the SpotOption engine (SpotOpt01.2) can be seen in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, North and South America, South Africa, and the Middle East.
“Binary Options has made such a dramatic entrance world-wide, but Japan really surprised us by it’s eagerness to join,” says Pini Peter, founder of SpotOption. “Online operators should strike while the iron is hot, and take advantage of this opportunity while competition is still relatively low, and demand so high.”