Spreadex Signs a New Partnership Agreement With TradingView

Spreadex, a UK based brokerage that offers spread betting retail brokering services, has entered into a partnership agreement with TradingView, one the charting and social networking platforms. This partnership was made to improve the client relationship between broker and clients.

Spreadex announced that the broker had implemented the popular trading platform. Spreadex also expanded its existing platform on the web and mobile.

Spreadex Head of Trading Tom Salmon stated that customers will now have seamless integration between two of industry’s most popular services.

“We are delighted to offer a service that uses the most up-to-date tech to our clients. We know this will allow our customers to make better trading decisions because of our customer-centric approach.

Spreadex was initially established to provide charting tools, technical indicators and real-time data. Spreadex’s original purpose was to provide charting tools, technical indicators, and real-time data. However, its new integration allows clients to connect with the platform and make trades. Trades can be accessed from TradingView’s mobile and web charts.
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Spreadex’s partnership is with TradingView two days after FXOpen, a well-known broker in the UK and Cyprus, signed the same deal.

FXOpen clients now have access to four trading platforms. These platforms include MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, and TickTrader.

TradingView has enabled direct trading since 2016. To date, TradingView has signed partnerships with several brokerages and cryptocurrency platforms. Five integrations have been approved by the broker, Spreadex and FXOpen.

Tradesmarter, a trading tech provider, integrated TradingView charting tools into its white label trading platform. Blackbull Markets and Okx, a cryptocurrency exchange platform, signed a partnership agreement with TradingView later in the month. Clients could now trade directly on social media.

Pepperstone, an Australian brokerage, joined the group in Feb. Eightcap joined in May.


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