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Spotware Systems Ltd has today announced that its advanced mirror trading platform “cMirror” has now gone live.
For the past year, retail traders in all global locations were only able to use the platform in demo mode whilst it was undergoing thorough testing by engineers to ensure the product meets expectation.
“I can’t thank our dedicated users and my team enough” adds Alex Katsaros, Product Manager for cMirror. “The feedback we got from our demo users really helped define this product into what we strongly believe is the best mirror trading platform out there.”
“Anyone with a cTrader account can now use cMirror to become a Signal Provider and profit from other traders that follow their signal, or simply choose and follow successful Signal Providers from a comprehensive list of strategies, sorted by profitability and other important variables” continued Mr. Katsaros.
“Users also have many tools at their disposal to deploy advanced risk management when mirroring a strategy, along with complete control over when to start and when to stop following a Signal Provider.”
Mr.Katsaros concluded: “All cTraderenabled brokers are cohosted on Spotware’s IBM cloud in Equinix, this allows cMirror to perform with the same ultra fast execution speeds and low latency that has become the staple of our cTrader Suite. It also allows cTrader users from different brokers to mirror or provide signals to each other.”
cMirror is a major addition to the cTrader Suite and a product that the company envisioned a long time ago, and is available across all industry segments at no additional cost for banks and brokers.
Ilya Holeu, Managing Director at Spotware Systems stated: “This was a daunting task from the beginning but our teams strongly believed in it from the getgo. cMirror adds another angle to our product suite, expanding our range of products into areas that are indemand from traders around the world today.”