TradingView, a professional chart and trading platform provider company recently integrated with multi-regulated broker Capital.com. This gives TradingView a new crypto-focused trading partner.
A platform integration deal
Under the terms of the new teal, traders at Capital.com will have direct access to TradingView from within their account. The charting company has aggressively expanded support for trading partners on its platform and this deal is yet another feather in its cap. The development comes almost a year after the firm collaborated with the Japanese division of retail trader Saxo Bank, Saxo Bank Securities, and FXCM Group. The deals also focused on integrated trading terminals and making a suite of tools available to the users.
Capital.com is a CFD-focused brokerage operated by Capital Com SV Investments Limited. The firm is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as well as the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC). The firm provides artificial intelligence supported trading-related content to users in a personalized way. It is also planning to roll out some more advanced AI features in the near future.
What to expect from the deal?
A joint statement from the two firms reads,
“PCI Data Security Standards is what Capital.com is fully compliant with. It uses Transport Layer Security to encrypt traders’ data and trusts RBS and Raiffeisen – two of the biggest money managers in Europe – to store users’ funds in segregated client fund accounts.”
Some deals by TradingView only feature access to charting tools. However, its partnership with Capital.com goes further and the firm is added as a supported brokerage in the trading panels. This allows all users to trade without ever having to leave the site. Users who are customers of Capital.com, as well as TradingView, can get customized alerts for breaking news, note their thoughts, connect with other customers and look for the most active stocks of the day.
Note that TradingView is ranked among the top 300 websites in the world and has a broad investor community relying on its services for their trading activity.
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