TRADOLOGIC Targeting US Binary Market with Cantor Exchange

TRADOLOGIC has successfully concluded a deal for partnership with Cantor Exchange. The company also wants to announce that the two

tradologicTRADOLOGIC is about to announce today that the firm has successfully concluded a deal for partnership with Cantor Exchange. This partnership strengthens TRADOLOGIC’s position as a binary options brokerage technology provider in the industry.

Cantor Exchange is a direct-access marketplace and a subsidiary of Cantor Fitzgerald, a global financial services firm. The venue is a designated contract market (DCM) regulated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in the US. Rival binary options solutions providers, SpotOption and TechFinancials, have both already been revealed to partner with Cantor recently.

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This partnership will allow TRADOLOGIC’s white labels to enter the US market through the approved by Exchange Commission- Cantor Exchange. Also, this gives all US traders a chance to invest in the hottest binary options brokers which are powered by TRADOLOGIC.

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The opening of the US market via a regulated exchange through TRADOLOGIC gives existing and potential clients even more global reach through the platform. The company also wants to announce that the two new brands, powered by TRADOLOGIC, are already set “to conquer the American Market.”

Gil Erez, Chief Business Development Manager, says, “The American economy has huge potential so we gave our clients a possibility to operate under an accredited and regulated exchange. Most of our White Labels are actively taking advantage of our partnership with Cantor Exchange and they are working on full capacity for over a month already.”

Additionally, the company wants to remind potential clients that its product is in full compliance with the Japanese regulation requirements approved by the Japanese Financial Services Authority (JFSA).

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