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Application-based FX trading platform Tradable has received two significant updates today, with expansion of international footprint being on the agenda with the addition of new languages.
Tradable’s technologically advanced standing has been well received across many retail FX markets, including in Japan via the firm’s partnership with MONEX Group in a nation whose customers which account for 35% of all global retail order flow generally favor domestic firms.
Following on from that, the company is preparing to add language support for six new languages, including Turkish, Chinese, Japanese, German, Italian and Portuguese, which will be available in December.
LeapRate reported that the company hosted a hackathon in Tokyo in the spring of this year, during which enthusiastic programmers could compete to develop APIs that enhance Tradable’s flexibility and ergonomics, hosted by the company’s CEO Jannick Malling.
In addition to the additional languages, a new user interface has will be unveiled within the coming weeks, a development about which the company’s COO Patrick Mortensen has stated on the company’s blog “We have spent the past months overhauling the platform with a fresh new look and feel. We think it looks great, but it’s not all about appearances.”
The battle for supremacy in the retail platform segment is as competitive as ever.
In order to view the official announcement from Tradable, click here.