TraderEvolution Global partners with TradingView: Brokers to enjoy direct access

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

The multi-asset platform is now connected to TradingView’s network of venues, liquidity pools, and asset classes 

TraderEvolution Global has integrated with TradingView, one of the world’s largest social trading networks, providing live quotes, stock charts, and trading ideas. 

Designed for both retail traders and brokers, its set of analytical tools, diversified liquidity and trading venues is a must-have for market participants. 

Especially now that TraderEvolution has joined the party. The multi-asset platform is taking the industry by storm as it provides access to multiple markets and asset classes with a user-friendly interface that automates key processes and facilitates market data distribution. 

Broker clients can now be supported directly via the TradingView Web Platform, allowing end-users to execute orders directly through TradingView’s interface. 

Roman Nalivayko, CEO of TraderEvolution Global, commented: “We are proud to get integrated with TradingView, our two products have a number of matching points that brokerage companies can benefit from – in particular, multi-asset capabilities and global markets coverage. 

“By implementing this integration we are confirming our dedication to support brokers by integrating third-party services and help them differentiate. Brokerages that are interested in being integrated with TV can now utilize TraderEvolution’s technology, giving them full access to global markets across multiple sources of liquidity and a genuinely diversified range of asset classes.” 

End users will thus be allowed to easily open an account with TradingView and start placing trades, while brokers can promote their brand at the social trading platform, as well as engage with existing customers, and get new accounts by providing a significant UX improvement. 

Nikita Kushnarev, Director of Partner Integrations at TradingView, said: “TradingView is delighted to partner with TraderEvolution, a multi-market brokerage solution that helps us to integrate Brokers and Exchanges even more efficiently onto our platform. 

“Through its quality bridge solution, TraderEvolution allows us to streamline the onboarding of supported brokers through a simple online process, a key new resource that should ease development pressure and lower the infrastructure requirements for new brokers”, Mr. Kushnarev continued.

“We kickstarted the curve earlier this month with our newest ally, Australian broker Global Prime, which was quickly and efficiently integrated onto the TradingView platform through the TraderEvolution solution in its first successful evolution with us. Looking ahead, we’re so excited to bring on board even more integrated partners through this latest collaboration, so watch this space.” 

TradingView contains a rich set of features that most trading platforms struggle to contend with. There is a wide variety of chart types, workspace customization options, indicators and controls. 

The application supports dozens of patterns, geometric shapes, Fibonacci, Gann, prediction and measurement tools. All of these accessories make TradingView a well-rounded application for setting up and sharing trade ideas, theories and analysis. 

As the concept of social trading has changed quite a bit in recent months on account of the WallStreetBets subreddit and all the meme trading frenzy going on, it must be said that TradingView would be regarded as the “LinkedIn of trading”. 

This is yet another win for TraderEvolution Global, a trading systems development company that is rapidly expanding across the globe with its tailored solutions for brokers. 

The firm has seen a rapid take-up of its products, having recently signed a number of leading brokers including InterTrader, ColmexPro, CTIN Financial Services, Singaporean broker-dealer UOBKayhian, and Velocity Trade. 

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