Brokeree Solutions announces a new cross-server Social Trading platform

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

A developer of turnkey technological solutions for brokers from over the world, Brokeree Solutions, has introduced a new version of its Social Trading platform.

Brokeree Solutions announces a new cross-server Social Trading platform

The solution allows traders to run their trading strategies based on the signals from more experienced peers – signal providers. Acting as signal providers or followers, traders may increase their profits, while brokers may use Social Trading to boost trading volumes and attract new clients. The crucial part of this upgrade is the implementation of cross-server functionality in the solution. Most existing Social Trading platforms from various providers may be described as multi-server solutions.

However, in practice, it means that traders are restricted from sharing and copying signals between the users of the same server. Brokeree’s Social Trading connects several MetaTrader servers, enabling brokers to bring together traders from different servers and allow them to interact with each other, including trading signals sharing.

Key advantages of Brokeree Social Trading

1. The solution supports sharing trading signals across Metatrader 4 and 5 servers in any configuration.

This means that cross-server features of new Social Trading may also be applied across two different MT5 servers to centralize the entire clientele.

2. The new Social Trading is available for whitelabel brokers.

Brokerages may use all comprehensive functionality of the investment system without a full MetaTrader license, which may be especially useful for brokers who run two or more companies.

3. The updated cross-server Social Trading, as a cross-server PAMM, may still be easily integrated with the Ratings Module solution, which helps brokers to create clear and attractive widgets for their websites.

All accounts from connected servers may be displayed on the same leaderboard widget, providing clients with useful statistics about signal providers and money managers.

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