XCritical integrates with Brokeree Solutions, allowing its clients to launch copy trading 

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

The forex software provider – XCritical, has integrated Social Trading by Brokeree Solutions into their CRM system.

Social Trading is a flagship investment system that enables brokers to launch copy trading services on their servers. With the solution, traders may act as trading signal providers or as followers, thus allowing them to  share their trading strategies across various MT4 and MT5. For several years, industry experts have been  paying attention to the growing popularity of investment systems like Social Trading, PAMM, or MAM, and 2022 has become a time when a noticeable number of brokers have introduced copy trading services. With the integration of Brokeree Social Trading with XCritical backoffice technology, traders can access copy trading services directly from their account area.

Using the intuitive interface of Social Trading, traders may add all their accounts and start to copy trades from MetaTrader 4 and 5 servers in a few clicks. This flexibility ensures all conditions to promptly react to market changes and comfortably control the trading process on all connected accounts and servers.

In December 2022, Brokeree’s Social Trading got a major update. The latest version of the solution provides multi-asset brokers with advanced cross-server features and in-built risk management tools. 

Brokeree Solutions is a turnkey technology provider for multi-asset brokers who operate on the MetaTrader 4 and 5 trading platforms. Established in 2013, the company has a vast portfolio of products, including flagship Social Trading and PAMM solutions. On November 23rd, Brokeree Solutions was named the “Best Emerging Fintech” company.

XCritical is a software development company specializing in solutions for forex companies. The company’s solutions help brokerages to optimize their work by reducing costs and collecting and managing data.

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