FYNXT Integrates with Devexperts’ DXtrade to Form a Turnkey Trading Platform for FX/CFD Brokers

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

FYNXT, a global fintech firm offering digital solutions for Forex, Remittance, Wealth Management, and Multi-Asset Management, today announced that it has integrated DXtrade trading platform powered by Devexperts, a financial software development firm, into its Client Manager and IB Manager.

FYNXT, a global fintech firm offering digital solutions for Forex, Remittance, Wealth Management, and Multi-Asset Management, today announced that it has integrated DXtrade trading platform powered by Devexperts, a financial software development firm, into its Client Manager and IB Manager. The integration will allow brokers on FYNXT’s platform to seamlessly access DXtrade services within the platform.

FX and CFD Brokers already licensing FYNXT Next-Gen Client Manager and IB Manager can connect DXtrade servers to their existing ones instantly. In addition to common features of conventional IB platforms, such as detailed deposits or IB performance reports, brokers can enjoy more advanced ones: automated multi-level & tier-based rebate calculations ​and settlements, multi-currency wallet for deposits and withdrawals, fully configurable digital onboarding templates to support all the global regulators’ requirements, and multilingual support.

With this new partnership, Devexperts’ DXtrade expands its functionality and becomes a turnkey solution for start-up and mid-size brokers, already connected with several fiat and crypto liquidity hubs. DXtrade stands out as a trading platform serving younger generations, those who prefer modern uncluttered UI, a built-in performance tracker, and a trading journal. Professional traders will find value in the DXtrade charting widget with an unlimited number of indicators that can be created in the charting studies editor.

 “DXtrade is ideal for those brokers who want to focus on their marketing and dealing operations without spending time on selecting and integrating 3rd-party add-ons to their trading servers. We’ve done this job for them and offer client and IB management out-of-the-box powered by FYNXT,” – said Jon Light, VP of Trading Solutions – “FYNXT is one of our trusted partners who we can recommend to brokers looking for a ‘Start-your-brokerage kit”.

Aeby Samuel, Chief Executive Officer, expressed, “We are delighted to add DXtrade as a platform provider into our Client Manager and IB Manager portal. Our partnership with Devexperts provides us with an additional Multi-Asset Trading platform that packs liquidity aggregation, order and risk management, FIX API, hosting, and multiple trading GUI into one valued cloud-native offering. We look forward to offering our clients the opportunity to integrate with DXtrade as their trading platform of choice.”


FYNXT is a Singapore-based global FinTech firm that provides enterprise digital products for forward-looking companies offering financial services. The company offers specific solutions for Forex, Remittance, Wealth Management, and Multi-Asset Management companies. The solutions, while being highly functional, deliver a modern, intuitive, and faster user experience whilst guaranteeing security, transparency, and compliance.

For more information about Fynxt, visit www.fynxt.com or follow us on Twitter @FYNXT_

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About Devexperts

Devexperts specializes in developing software solutions for the capital markets industry. Their clients are brokers, exchanges, and wealth management firms. Devexperts have developed numerous well-known trading platforms, used by US and EU brokers, with millions of people across the globe trading daily. Devexperts’ services include UI/UX design for trading apps, quality assurance of financial software, market data feeds, AR/VR data visualization, trading chatbots, and market analysis tools. https://devexperts.com/ 

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