PFSOFT Continues Protrader Licensing Changes, Combines User Services

PFSOFT now offers a way for users to get the Protrader multi-asset license for free.

Multi-asset trading technology developer PFSOFT is changing the way end users can access its Protrader Multi-Connect (PTMC) platform. From the start of 2017, the platform will begin using a new system of licenses in what the company calls a logical step towards the further development of the trading terminal.

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This will include two types of licenses. The first is PTMC Forex ,which provides only FX brokers connections and as a result, is limited in the platform’s functionality. The developers explain that using this license type, traders are restricted from using real exchange volumes, DOM, the scalper panel, analytical tools, and the like. The second is PTMC Multi-Asset, which allows a connection to any available broker and data feeds as well as to usage of all the platform features.

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The company decided to leave aside license purchase and activation in the form of keys and codes, and instead combined the PTMC Community and trading terminal. So now the purchase and management of all the licenses, including a subscription for premium indicators and plug-ins, will be carried out through the personal community account of a user.

They also announced that within 15 days each trader can use a trial license, that allows them to work with all of the platform’s functionality and using any connections, with CQG set as liquidity provider by default. Users will be ale to extend this free trial period by being a productive member of the community and writing articles, plugins and indicators.

This move is an apparent continuation of the changes to the B2B Protrader licensing structure changes that we exclusively reported on last week.

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