Tradable Platform Stops Supporting FXCM Platform

Application-based trading platform Tradable ‎has opted to terminate ‎connectivity to global FX brokerage FXCM and will begin discontinuing new ‎transactions as ‎early as next month, according to a company statement.‎

The decision by Tradable represents a staunch departure from several ‎years ago, as the FX technology and platform company wants to revamp the ‎core of its API service.‎

Despite the decision to relinquish its ties with FXCM service, it is presently ‎unclear what ‎direction or solutions Tradable will move towards. In a recent ‎company statement, ‎Tradable has stated that it will be releasing more ‎details shortly to clients.‎

In 2016, Tradable enabled TradingView to connect to FXCM as the ‎first ‎brokerage that offers its traders the ability to freely trade while using the charting ‎software and trading community.‎

Tradable is already a partner with a wide range of brokerages across ‎the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific in a bid to provide developers with a global ‎multi-asset platform for trading across foreign exchange, ‎stocks, commodities and indices.‎

Tradable, available on Windows or Mac OS, has a unique interface which ‎enables ‎traders to download and arrange third party developed apps. ‎


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