New Zealand based Exness to launch web trading platform

Clients of the company will be able to place trades directly through their browser on Exness’ MT4 servers

Starting today, clients of New Zealand registered rapidly growing forex brokerage Exness will have access to the new exclusive platform developed internally by the company itself. The new product offering will still be executing trades through Exness’ MT4 servers so all existing clients will be able to use it. According to the press release that the brokerage issued the new product offering is a result from numerous requests from existing clients.

Exness is currently geared mainly towards the Asian markets, hence the impressive list of supported languages – English, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, German, Chinese, Urdu, French, Portuguese, Vietnamese and Japanese. Client support will be accessible directly through the platform, while it is fully compatible with Windows, MacOS and Linux operating systems, adding flexibility to traders who are not fond of using MT4 on all ends.

All traders that are contemplating to use this new offering should be aware that the platform requires Adobe Flash Player installed. Despite being only web based, the platform still possesses full-fledged capabilities to offer proper technical analysis tools to the brokerage’s clients. Our assumption is that while it might work on some mobile devices, Adobe Flash incompatibility might require customers to install a specific browser that supports it on iOS and Android.

For those who wish to trade on mobile devices the option of using MT4 Mobile is fully accessible.

Following is a link to the new Exness Webtrader platform.

For the full press release by the company visit Exness’ website

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