Leverate Partners with MetaQuotes to provide MT5 compatibility

The new partnership with MetaQuotes will enable renowned broker technology provider Leverate to to provide MT5 support to institutional clients and provide white labels to forex trading brokers.

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Leverate is pleased to announce a new partnership with MetaQuotes Software Corp that will enable Leverate to provide MT5 support to institutional clients and provide white labels to forex trading brokers.

MetaQuotes is a leading software developer that with their earlier product, MetaTrader 4 (MT4), provided the industry standard software for forex and stock trading.

They have since continued to develop and refine this product in the form of their most updated version, MetaTrader5 (MT5). MT5 will provide Leverate’s market participants with a complete set of products for establishing a brokerage business that will enable brokers to compete with the most successful companies in the industry.

For Leverate, a turnkey solutions provider for retail trading brokers, this partnership will enable Leverate to support their clients with the software that they are familiar with, and that traders feel most comfortable using.

The team at Leverate which developed this partnership advised “this partnership effectively makes Leverate open for business on MT5, should our clients want to provide their traders with the MT5 platform, but with all the added benefits available at Leverate, we can now support that need”.


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