Cyprus and Belize-regulated forex brokerage group EXNESS said on Monday it has introduced the web version of the MetaTrader 4 (MT4) trading platform.
Traders can access the WebTrader web based platform via www.exness.com/webterminal.
MetaQuotes, the developer of MT4, launched the web version of the platform in September 2015 and received orders for it from more than 100 companies within the first month. The web version’s interface is nearly identical to that of the desktop platform. The MT4 WebTrader runs across all web browsers and is compatible with all operating systems for desktop and mobile devices. A huge advantage over the other versions, is that the web platform does not require the download or installation any software; all users need to use it is a browser and an Internet connection.
The broker also offers the other versions of the MT4, as well as the MetaTrader 5 (MT5), also a product of MetaQuotes.
MT4, also available both as a desktop software and a mobile application, is the worlds’ most widely-used trading platform. It has outstanding customized charting package, auto-trading capabilities and signal copying, and is user-friendly. It makes trading easy even for novice traders. Traders can download ready-made or create their own automated trading strategies (Expert Advisors, or EAs), scripts and custom indicators in the MQL programming language.
Other brokers that offer the web version of the trading platform include brokerage group Alpari, Cyprus-licensed forex broker XM, Belize-registered FX Choice, UK-licensed One Financial Markets and Admiral Markets, and Australia’s IC Markets and DMM FX, and offshore broker OctaFX.
EXNESS was set up in 2008. The companies in the group are registered with and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and the Belize International Financial Services Commission (IFSC). They are also registered with the relevant regulatory bodies in Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, and Sweden.
EXNESS’ trading volume has been consistently increasing over the years from $8.73 billion in 2009 to nearly $2.1 trillion in 2014.