The rise of DXcharts: Charting as a competitive edge for trading platforms, fintechs, websites

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Last week, Devexperts hosted a charting workshop for brokers, educators, and news media to help them navigate the software developer firm’s white label charting solution, DXcharts. 

DXcharts is being offered as a key marketing tool for brand building, as it allows branding in the website or platform colors, without a distracting logo at the bottom.  

Ben Clark, VP of Business Development at Devexperts, introduced the platform’s  to attendees and went through approximately ten different features, believed to be the most desired by retail traders, who are willing to pay for them.

FinanceFeeds covered the workshop in real-time. 

DXcharts serves both traders needs and firms’ marketing efforts

The charting solution is mainly directed at Crypto/Web3 fintechs, financial news websites, and trading platforms. It can be integrated in a single day and past performance tests prove it remains responsive and nimble even with thousands of candles, hundreds of drawings, and dozens of indicators. 

The solution features instrument comparison, custom aggregations, chart events, various chart types, an extensive indicator library, and drawing tools. 

Combining the best practices from OTC and brokerage platforms, the DXcharts library allows users to juggle the chart layouts as they wish, synchronizing them by instrument, chart type, timeframe and range, studies, and appearance.

In today’s extremely competitive industry, Devexperts is offering DXcharts as a marketing tool as it is designed to help users share their charts on social media, thus spreading their brand and provide content to their followers. 

Devexperts is offering the charting widget at an especially appealing price for startups who reach out to them. 

According to the speaker, DXcharts is one of the few (if not the only) financial charting library that comes already connected to market data. The vendor is sister company, dxFeed. Still, DXcharts can be connected to any vendor, with little development. 

The Product Manager reiterated how a key marketing tool DXcharts is in the age of social sharing. “The chart comes label-free. We don’t need your end users to see our logo and links to our website. We can actually put your logo there and all the chart snapshots shared will have it.”

Ben Clark ended the webinar by reminding everyone that they are available for further questions and a more detailed analysis of the DXcharts charting solution.

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