Spotware, a trading solutions provider, announced this Friday that its cTrader ID site, a personal cabinet of cTrader platform users holding a cTrader ID, has been revamped and relaunched. The firm claims this will enable it to become a “gateway” to all of the cTrader ID features and benefits.
A quick glance at the new site reveals the various features now available to cTrader ID users. For instance, they can easily see a full list of the demo and live trading accounts they have with brokers that are connected to their cTrader ID.
Users also have some new and handy security options. Traders can now set up – and edit – notifications about changes on their trading accounts. They can also view and revoke active sessions and choose which devices are authorized to use cTrader.
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On top of all of this, Spotware has developed a social network of sorts that allows cTrade ID users to connect with other traders. By using the network, traders can gain access to trading robot pools and indicators.
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Those traders that like to show off will also be able to publish their trading performances. Alongside access to social trading services, they can post their trading performances on sites such as MyFXBook and FxBlue.
Though it has not yet done so, Spotware plans on adding two more features to the site. First and foremost is an Open API system that will allow traders to build their own applications. Next is Chartshots, cloud charts with which traders can share their ideas, trading examples and strategies with other traders.
“Our cTrader ID Site was created with traders in mind, it allows them to effectively manage their accounts and preferences across different brokers.” said Panagiotis Charalampous, Head of Community Management at Spotware, “cTrader ID provides traders with exclusive features and tools, extends their control over accounts and gives them the possibility to connect to other traders, apps and resources, overall improving their trading experience.”