Spotware Systems upgrades cTrader Desktop to version 4.3

abdelaziz Fathi

Spotware Systems, a technology provider for the electronic trading industry, has launched an updated version of its cTrader Desktop, which adds new functionality to join a roster of advanced trading capabilities.

cTrader Desktop 4.3 ameliorates the traders’ experience through one of the biggest selections of technical improvements within several years, according to a corporate statement.

With the new version, cTrader Desktop now supports account names, eliminating the need for traders to memorise account numbers.

In this version of cTrader Desktop 4.3, the company has brought further improvements to the performance optimization which builds on the recently overhauled user interface that was applied in the beta version. Among other functions, cTrader adds a variety of technical analysis tools, including superior-analysis-intended charts, among which the HLC chart type, Area chart type, and the synchronized crosshair feature, useful for multi-frame trading.

“This is great news for both – our traders and brokers, and it highlights what we at Spotware are all about: benefit to all participants of the ecosystem”, says Aris Christoforou The Head of Marketing  at Spotware. “By putting our traders first, we all win, and the addition of these technical analysis tools is the best demonstration of it. More selection and convenience for the traders, and more features for the brokers to give to their traders. After all, if the traders are happy, the brokers are happy as well!”.

In the last version, significant changes have been made to the structure of the application and its interaction with .NET build tools, which gives users the option to use any IDE to work on their algos. Additionally, the upgraded version references other libraries from NuGet to integrate their algo with .NET products, and to compile cBots and indicators using the ‘dotnet build’ command and even write code and compile it on Linux or Mac.

Largely focused on the developers in the cTrader ecosystem, the update ensures swiftness in general performance after the terminal migrated to the latest. NET6 version. But while the updates spice up the desktop version with some of the most sought-after additions, cTrader maintains the old NET4 framework for backward compatibility with all existing cBots and indicators.

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