Fortex releases new version of XForce mobile trading app

abdelaziz Fathi

Fortex Inc., an ECN trading platform and technology provider, has released an upgraded version of its XForce Mobile Trading App.

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Dubbed ‘Fortex 7,’ the company said the latest update arrives as a response to growing global demand on mobile trading, particularly in regions like Europe and the Middle East.

The new version of the XForce Mobile Trading App boasts a modern, user-friendly design, aligning with the preferences of traders around the world. This fresh interface not only improves the overall user experience, but also makes it more engaging for traders to interact with the platform.

In terms of functionality, the app features an optimized UI and UX, tailored to accommodate the diverse trading preferences while facilitating easy navigation and transition from market analysis to trade execution.

One of the notable features of the upgrade is the integration of KYC (Know Your Customer) and CRM (Customer Relationship Management) systems. This addition bolsters security and align with regulatory compliance standards, offering traders a sense of security while they engage with the platform.

For analytical traders, the app now includes an interactive chart feature with integrated TradingView. Additionally, the app’s fast execution capability helps traders capitalize on market opportunities.

Other improvements include a new Market Depth feature, offering a detailed view of market liquidity, and a user-friendly order entry system. These updates aim to simplify the process of placing orders and monitoring market prices.

“The revamped order entry system ensures that traders can place orders with ease and precision. Fortex understands the importance of a user-friendly interface, empowering traders to execute transactions seamlessly,” the statement reads.

Fortex is a leading provider of electronic communication network (ECN) trading platforms and technology solutions for forex traders and brokers. The company was founded in 1997 and has since established itself as a provider of a portfolio of brokerage solutions with a greater focus on operators offering the MetaTrader 5 platform, as successor to the MT4 continues to surge in popularity among industry participants.

Fortex’s ECN trading platform is built on a proprietary technology stack that includes advanced algorithms, intelligent routing, and real-time risk management tools. Additionally, Fortex also offers a range of other trading solutions, including white-label trading platforms, liquidity aggregation, and risk management tools.

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