Offshore broker Beneffx revamps mobile trading app for FX and CFD

Rick Steves

Beneffx has recently announced it is refreshing its list of tradable cryptocurrencies, significantly enhancing its asset offer.

Beneffx, an offshore broker registered in the Marshall Islands, has relaunched its new mobile trading app as retail clients increasingly use their smarthphones for their active investing.

The new and improved version of its trading app is suitable for Android devices and complements the FX and CFD broker’s technology offering, which includes its proprietary mobile WebTrader, Be-Mobile.

The WebTrader is packed with useful tools and features, and does not require any download, meaning that mobile trading is enabled from any device.

The iOS version of’s app will be available soon, according to the Beneffx, which is an Optium LTD brand.

Blake White, spokesperson for, said: “It was important for us, while building and designing this app, to focus on its interface. We know that today’s reality calls for a focus on mobile trading, and it has to be fast and convenient, otherwise the full potential of the markets cannot be exploited. That’s why we’ve put the best minds to work on the app for the past few months, and I can truly say that we are proud of the end result, and confident that our traders will like it.”

“When we founded, we had one main goal in mind – to make online trading as accessible and user-friendly as possible. This is just one step toward that goal. Our clients can rest assured that we are always working on ways to improve their trading experience. We invite traders from all over the world to give us a try.”

Beneffx has recently announced it is refreshing its list of tradable cryptocurrencies, significantly enhancing its asset offer.

“Most online trading agencies today tend to overlook this market, but we believe that it holds great potential in 2021 and beyond. We do not want our traders to miss out on the potential here, and that’s why we’re constantly working on upgrading and optimizing our offer. This new list is a result of weeks of thorough analysis, so as to make sure we are putting on the table only credible crypto coins with real potential and avoiding risky crypto bubbles.”

Alongside the update of the cryptocurrency list, Beneffx has also refreshed its offer on other assets, including stocks, currency pairs, indices and commodities.

The brand’s services are now available in several languages, including German, Chinese, Spanish and Arabic.

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