Renewed and enhanced cTrader ID site goes live

Maria Nikolova

The personal cabinet of cTrader platform users having a cTrader ID has been revamped and relaunched.

Fintech company Spotware has announced the launch of a renewed and enhanced cTrader ID site.

The personal cabinet of cTrader platform users having a cTrader ID has been revamped and relaunched, becoming an ultimate gateway to the cTrader ID features and benefits. cTrader ID offers traders with exclusive features and tools, boosts their control over accounts and provides them with the possibility to connect to other traders, apps, and resources, overall improving their trading experience.

Thanks to the cTrader ID site, traders can effectively manage their accounts and preferences across different brokers. It also provides traders with easy management of their credentials with a possibility to view a full list of Demo and Live trading accounts per broker linked to their cTrader ID. In addition, it permits traders to set up and edit notifications about changes on their trading accounts.

For more convenience and security, the site allows traders to view and revoke active sessions, as well as control which devices are authorized to use cTrader.

cTrader ID holders are set to enjoy other benefits too. For instance, all of their workspaces, favorite symbols, and more are kept in a cloud which becomes a single secure portfolio for everything they need. On top of that, traders can easily connect to other traders and get access to a large pool of trading robots and indicators in cTrader Community.

Via cTrader’s solid ecosystem of 3rd party integrations, traders can connect to other businesses for more opportunities.

They can also publish their trading performance with well-known online services like MyFXBook or FxBlue. Furthermore, traders get access to multi‐platform social trading.

Spotware intends to integrate into cTrader ID Site two other features that are currently available for cTrader ID holders: Open API, which allows traders to build their own applications, and Chartshots (cloud charts) with which traders can share their ideas, trading examples and strategies with other traders.

The renewal of the cTrader ID site comes as Spotware has been busy updating its trading solutions. Earlier this week, Spotware announced that the set of enhancements in the latest version (3.3) of the cTrader platform will include more chart features. The new version of the platform provides more usability by extending its chart tools, and introduces the ability to manage sessions on all devices thereby bolstering the security of the platform.

Earlier this month, a new version of the cTrader mobile app was rolled out, with the focus being on improving the charting capabilities of the solution.

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