X Open Hub adds Tekton to its list of integrated platforms

X Open Hub expands its algorithmic trading capabilities with a new partnership with Tekton, making this functionality available to everyone

X Open Hub has today added Tekton to its increasing list of partners in order to expand the firm’s algorithmic trading capability.

Commenting on the news, Christos Taliadoros, Managing Director of 2Ring Markets, states:

“We see x Open Hub as a key partner in driving a more usable trading platform alongside Tekton making algorithmic trading accessible to everyone.”

“We see a great potential collaborating with X Open Hub and to offer Tekton as an extension to their platform. We love working with X Open Hub and Tekton was designed and built by professional traders with the intent of opening up algo trading to the masses in the same way institutions trade.

Having this tool integrated with x Open Hub due to its open API has already opened up doors for us with brokers who want to enrich their client experience and see it as a valuable tool for both enticing new clients but also retaining their existing client base. The software team is looking to add new features and expand on the current offering with X Open Hub over the ensuing year increasing the number and range of instruments on offer and further improving the whole experience” – Christos Taliadoros, Managing Director of 2Ring Markets

Aleksandra Kalisiak, Head of Broker Solution Specialist Team at X Open Hub, continued:

“In X Open Hub, we are putting a lot of effort to develop and enrich our offering. That is why our next step was to integrate with Tekton – algorithmic trading provider.”

“We are very impressed with the profound business knowledge of our partners. Thanks to cooperation with Tekton, we have enriched our offer by the robust algorithmic trading system.”

“Together we have developed a user-friendly environment that allows traders to create advanced trading algorithms without any knowledge of coding. The system is completely free and easy to use. From the business perspective, our solutions allow brokers to improve LTV of traders and helps to attract experienced clients who implement advanced patterns in their trading strategies.”

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